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... we picked up our car which is what we keep for 5 weeks. It is 40 minutes to our house on the A9 motorway.
On the way to our house we had a quick stop in Pezenas at the Carrefour Supermaket to get a few groceries. When we arrived home we went upstairs and unpacked the groceries and suitcases and opened all the house up to air.
Seb and Dad put our new bikes together all afternoon, I couldn't wait to go for a ride. They are Italian and I am so excited. It is very hot, 33 degrees Celsius and I was trying to sneak and open the box before they opened mine.
We didn't go for a bike ride as we were all so exhausted I just needed to go to sleep.
... to get a touch and fed one a mint, they were beautiful and so used to the regular treat and train stop. After it was over we headed back and made our move as it was 12pm. Our direction was to Provence and to an Aire that we made note of earlier. On route we stopped at at a Mc Donald's as I had access and room to park. I managed to get free internet and saw my mum on line so gave her a quick call on skype. The connection was good but I could hardly hear her. It was good to see ...
Day 16. Cliousclat to Pont St Espirit
49 miles & 327 mtrs climbed.
Fast start, once again the Mistral hurled us down the Rhone valley, covering the first 10 miles in 30 minutes. Became hopelessly lost in Montelimar, cycling a complete circle in a housing estate.
The Mistral was great until we had to cross the Rhone, when it made a great attempt to blow us over ...
... you first see it, but nowhere near like the entrance Segovia's aqueduct makes!
Once at the aqueduct itself, you have the run of the place. It's a lovely riverside recreation area. There are picnic areas, boaters, canoes and rafts and kayaks going by all the time, restaurants, and all sorts of paths and stairs you can climb, all the way to above the top of the aqueduct. You can walk entirely across it ...