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... ruled over by an Abbess and was a mixture of nuns and monks. Very modern in its thinking.
After a being imprisoned for 18 years by Henry
first at Chinon, then at Saurum in the UK, for supporting his son's
rebellion against him, Eleanor was finally free when Henry died and
Richard became King. She played a leading role in ruling England while
he was away on crusades and organised the ransom for his release when he
was captured as he was returning to England. ...
... my accent needs some work..... luckily the other waitress understood me. so one pasta carbonara later i walk in to the tourist office again and book the 'otel (you have to say it without the "h", then you can get in the mood and imagine you are in france with me!). the otel is a great place, good value and it has a garage for the bike, a bike stand (one for fixing the bike on) some tools, some oil and a cloth. its great. i practised some ...
... then took them off. Atomic Ana set a cracking pace as usual and by the time we caught her at the first cafe she had a chocolate bar given to her. We once again had a picnic lunch at a cafe. In the afternoon Sabine took the lead with Ana and William and in there rush to beat the looming thunderstorm the took a wrong turn and consequently got lost and also very wet while ...
... we had to return to St Pierre to connect with a TGV at 9:30pm. We didn't fancy sitting on the St Pierre Station platform at this time of night knowing what most rail stations are like. However, there wasn't a need to be concerned as there were about 200 people waiting for the TGV. The chateaux and the countryside were stunning, well worth the hassle. We arrived back in Paris at 11:45 pm after our own "Tour de ...
... son sac de transport, impossible de ne pas casser le pas de vis!!!
Cette semaine, ma monture a donc été faire un tour chez le docteur des vélos pour qu'on l'opère. Rassurez vous, tout s'est bien passé! Et mon fidèle destrier est désormais équipé d'un pédalier tout neuf! (en effet, un autre proverbe NZ nous dit "Pas de vis cassé, pédalier à changer"!).
Mon Rossinante à moi est donc fin prêt pour un démontage-emballage des plus performants!