Chateau de Mirambeau
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... last time we were here. Nice lunch in a little town and the went back to look at Linda's Gits. Will,catch up with them again when we get back at the end of the month. Friday 6 November and we are spending it it in Jarnac getting ourselves organised for our travels to Villers Bretonneux and Normandy. Takes quite a bit of organisation to work out what to take and what to leave behind. One case, one overnight back per couple, that's the ...
... away with the ducks and white swans that paddled very quickly to us when they realised we had bread. What a treat. And I heard a little boy about five, obviously learning to count, run up to the edge and yell out, 'Papa, cinque Cygnes'. Yes there were five, two males, 1 female and two very big grey/brown babies. We may well do a day trip somewhere this week before we head to Villers Bretonneux on Saturday 7th Nov. So will post this one now and pick that up ...
... And off we went. The good old SatNav got us onto the road to Segovia, a town we'd not taken an optional tour to. About an hour out of Madrid, we arrived in Segovia around noon. Well at the foot of the old fortified city that is, which is built up on a bit of a rise and has a lovely old, what looks like a Roman viaduct, connecting the hilltop town to another rise. But low and behold, just as we pulled up we blew a tyre. After a quick look around, of course everything ...
We have made it to John and pats house in a tiny village they have not been here long but it's a wonderful place. We are sleeping in a house tonight wow felt funny leaving Vanessa all on her own like leaving my baby but it will be a welcome break from driving. Off to the coast tomorrow pat and John are taking ...
Breakfast didn't officially start until 7.30am, but I negotiated with reception that it would be OK for me to have breakfast at 7. Predictably, no one else was there, but I managed to have a couple of croissants with honey (I couldn't find the butter) and a cup of tea with stolen milk from the guest fridge (they hadn't put milk out yet). Since I'd already packed the bike, after breakfast I just had to put my sheets in the laundry, return the key, put on my bike gear and head ...