Domaine de Fompeyre
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After waking up late, it was sooooo quiet, no small children screaming n shouting to wake us! After Andy making us some lovely Omelettes for brunch and several cups of tea we set of to see what the village of Duras was like, we wandered through the village which seemed deserted ( like most villages in France) and into the centre where there was a pretty little centre with bars and cafés dotted around. We walked past a couple with a young girl, she looked, I looked, it was one ...
... to watch a bateaux go through the lock system which is so simple, had a pinic stop and rest as after all the wine etc last night and the extra kms today I was feeling it in my neck muscle.
Where we are tonight is with a Scottish couple who have such a lovely refuge, separate lounge etc, pool. Our dinner was superb, starters, Canard, beans and pomme de terre, home made apricot pie, wine and brandy. the latter not so good to bike 70km today.
... all homemade jams, cafe, eggs, ham just what we needed for our challenging day ahead. We headed off onto the french country roads making our way east to drop down to Castets-en-Dorthe where the Canal Garonne starts. The 30km's to get there were fun, fantastic downhills and little up hills into the villages along the way. We didn't take a wrong turn of get lost once yahoooo. We hit the ...
... their "Daisy", the dogs are non stop playing and wrestling and running through the vineyards and brush and coming back panting and full of burrs. There's also a sweet old one- eared cat who walked into my bedroom and I swear it said clearly and distinctly "hello" instead of a meow. Since I'm playing catch up here to share my trip, I can sum up our stay with Penny and Robin as complete. Not ...
... old train track the gradient was easy and the total metres climbed was approx 98m. We were able to coast for kilometres without pedalling. We stopped for an expresso after 20km at a quaint place, then continued on to Creon where we grabbed a baguette an two Pastel de Nata's. Back to the track for our picnic, tomatoes, avocado, tuna.
After a good stop we biked on and it was so easy and yet we kept saying how did we get here!
Finally we turned off to get ...