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... 55kms for the day! Well done us. After a freshen up, Rob and I are out on foot to explore the village. It really is lovely. ( I know I keep saying that.) along the canal de midi, the houses mostly looked unkempt, few gardens and while quaint, the older parts of town looked a bit worn. Albert, our host at Argen Minervois, told us that the French don't much care for the way their houses look on the outside. Brittany, at ...
Sunday morning in Blaye and early start at parking ticket expires at 08:08 and I wasn't sure if barrier would lift!
Anyway there were spaces outside and breakfast in the morning sunshine was delightful.
On to Super U supermarket in search of gas a my Spain cylinder had run out and I was on Irish reserve,
Unfortunately the gas man is closed on Sundays so it was on wards and Northwards by 10:15.
All motorway today but it was a ...
... motorcyclists they were - well today we were cursing at these two cars who refused to move out of our way and at 120km we kind of needed them to - guess what - the two offending vehicles were British drivers in British cars!!!
Having said all that when we decided to stop for something to eat we indicated right and moved to turn right - someone over took us as we were due to turn and someone under took us on the grass verge!!! Interesting!
... The arrival into St Nazaire was around 8.30pm, have to love sunset at 10pm!
While St Nazaire is a quiet little town, it sits at the mouth of the Loire River, upon which flying boats landed in the 30's as their last stop before Southampton, where passengers disembarked and ...
... mountains. In the morning we went to
the market, we saw the Pyrenees mountain dogs or the polar bear and also a
waffle spinner thing that went round and round forming like a spiky Christmas
tree. When we came home we found
that they where growing hazelnuts so we found a hammer to smash them open and
they were actually quite nice. We made
lots and lots of crepes in the mourning. Our walks were in mountains not as big
as the Dolomites. One of ...