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... Lateral de Loire, which we followed for about nine miles until we came to a place called Chevenon.
To all of you chaps out there, if you cycle or otherwise pass this way, you must have lunch in the bar restaurant at Chevenon, not only did we have an excellent lunch, including a litre of Rose, all for 10Euro, but, we were served by a waitress with the shortest skirt, highest heels and longest legs I have seen ...
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The sat-nav plots a route more or less through central Paris.
It is not too bad at first, but, once we have passed La Defence, we seem to spend almost as ...
Will write this up as time permits but the highlight for me today was the visit to a little village called Apremont which is very proud of being beautiful and rightly so http://www.apremont-sur-allier.com/the% 20village.html
Before that we went to the city of Nevers.
... a big street sweeping machine that was sweeping the track, with long grass either side there was no room to go round him, so we just stayed behind. All at once he stopped and started reversing, I headed for the grass, while John yelled loudly, and fortunately he stopped before he hit us. He was apologising ( we assume) most profusely as he pulled off to let us pass. Our track joined up to the canal and we rode along it into Digoin. ...
... We went for a walk around town to explore, that took 5 mins, thought we'd buy an ice cream from the only store, but alas it's closed on Wednesday afternoons. Many of the small towns and villages close in the early afternoon and then reopen later, so we have learnt to get our lunch a bit earlier than normal. When we arrived, our hostess said would we like to join them and some of the other guests for the evening meal, but we had carried our supplies this far, ...