Domaine De Roiffé
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... was an envelope from the tour operator. I had missed the first meeting time they had proposed - 6pm and it was already 7pm. I would just do the briefing with the others tomorrow. Again no lifts and I had to lug my bags up 2 flights of stairs - these ones were at least wider. Dinner was also organised for tonight - a gastronomic meal. It was amazing. A spiced pastry twist with an appertif drink An amuse bouche - risotto starter ...
... the town share for coffee. I was intrigued with the yellow raspberries - I couldn't resist purchasing some. Perfect lunch - I think we will all be cleaning our bodies for a few days after the amazing and food which was never ending. This was the first time macchiato was on the menu so I ordered one. I was rather surprised with what came out - a milky shot of coffee in a tall class filled to the brim with milk froth - with a straw and a long ...
... they were very well maintained. The next leg of the journey was back to the first village and then onto lunch at a worker's restaurant. Our route took us through a vineyard and past the residence - by accident I believe. The owners were a little surprised to see 6 cyclists coming up their driveway. They were helpful and set us back on the correct route. Again a few hills put in to make sure we were awake. Lunch at the worker's ...
... is an indicator of bugs that may be infecting the grapes. However, in each rose bush was a clump of hair - the type of hair was different - some long blonde locks and others quite short and various colours. I assume this is coming from a hair dresser but the purpose is still unclear. Another mystery to be solved. Details of our ride Before dinner we headed to one of the Chinon Caves for a wine tour and tasting. It ...
... visit of the chateaux and a wander around the kitchen garden we indulged in an icecream for morning tea. This was also our first lost property incident - Clive's wallet. A quick scout around located his wallet under the cream fridge - very very lucky. We then headed into the village area to purchase supplies for a picnic lunch. Pate, rillette, cheese and baguettes - what more could we need?! We cycled to our lunch spot on the edge of the Indre ...