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... on the canal path. It was all big! We passed through some really ancient farming communities along the River Saulx which is a fast flowing beautifully clean weedy river. This is where we sat and saw the biggest water rat ever along with a very old sedate trout! Great ride. I'm really going to miss this country's quite roads and little hamlets unspoilt by time. France is special. Back at our Aire. Elvis takes a hit! Needless to say Clive was wrecked when we got back to ...
... It's terrible. I had a trio of steaks, all were burnt and tough, and all were rump steak cut into different shapes. This time we opted for the 'Italian' next door. The service was efficient and friendly, the wine was good, and the food was good for a place of this type, and certainly better than the 'something with chips' offerings in UK places of this type. I had 'Vitello Firenze', a breaded veal steak topped with speck and cheese, it was rather bland but ...
... and she was pedalling hard which made my job fairly easy. There was a high ropes course we had seen on the way out that we stopped at on the way back and everyone went for a go except for me and Allegra who went off to have a hot chocolate. Then Olivia and Allegra swapped and Olivia and I had a hot chocolate so I was getting good rest. After everyone had finished Jess remarked to me that all this bike riding and climbing in ...
... it was bloody freezing, although that didn't stop Lily from deciding her feet were hot and taking her shoes and socks off. We went back to the flimsy shack to have a warming cup of tea and try to regain feeling in our extremities. A trip out for dinner was our plan and so we loaded 8 of us into a 5 seater vehicle and went to a creperie we had seen on the drive in. Luckily they were able to accommodate us and by the bloated feeling I ...
... roads we used to make our way up through Italy.
We are getting pretty slick at getting sorted in the morning now. I seem to be able to sort myself out, pannier packed and ready for breakfast within about 20 minutes of the alarm going off. We were on the road well before 08:30 this morning and with the roads being amenable to fairly fast cycling we managed to cover 143km and still finished quite early.
I thought I was ...
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