Domaine Du Moulin Vallee Heureuse
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They are very quick and efficient. A truck arrives in 30 minutes and we load the bike and are off the highway and back at the breakdown depot an hour later.
It's after six now so no chance of a fix tonight. Axa book me a hotel and send a taxi. It's quite comical because the hotel, unknown to me, is only 300 metres down the road. Could have walked.
... would be after what we saw for towns today.
We went down for dinner last night at 7:45 and met a lovely man from Switzerland who spoke very good English. It was wonderful. He got us the right wines for dinner. He knew what to ask for in French. He also had great tastes.
We started with a plate of Parmesan cheese, parma ham and greens with a light balsamic dressing. We then had sliced duck, rice, ...
We were on the road at around 08:30 again this morning and made our way back to cycleway 22. This route took us through to Yverdon along lovely tiny quiet lanes and even some metalled farm tracks, through wooded and agricultural countyside. From Yverdon our route climbed over a pass in limestone country and soon we were crossing into France. There was a decent to Pontarlier and then it was onto quiet French ...
... chicks, all being watched over by the farmer and his/her dog! Buyers armed with cartons or wooden crates haggled over the feathered friends, and when a sale was made the hapless bird was unceremoniously gripped by its leg and tossed into his new home...quelle un surprise! It was fascinating to watch this trade take place, probably unchanged over the span of centuries!
Appetite whetted, it ...
After a really pleasant morning in Lyon, we set out on our drive to Lamoura. However . . . the car's navigation went bonkers so we ended up winging it for much of the way. I think that she had problems finding enough satelites. Maybe something to do the mountains?? We call the sat nav Maj. Jo decided early on that her voice had a somewhat pompous air - almost regal, we thought(!). We tried a few names out but the one that stuck was Maj. ...