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character hotel next to the Joan of Arc square. Rooms were large and had all the necessary amenities. the beds were soft and my back hurt in the morning.
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It was difficult to leave Azay le Rideau this morning once again, we did not get a chance to visit the Chateau or shop in this cozy little town. The weather was a brisk 5 degrees C, luckily we brought several layers for biking and full length gloves. A week ago in Spain I was wondering why we brought these warm clothes when the climate was so hot, …
... shower cubicles and plenty of hot water. The washing up sinks are indoors ,in a heated block, with lots of really hot water, ideal at this time of year.
There is free ,fast WiFi on the pitches. The bus into the city is about 300 yds away and apparently there is an E LeClerk with fuel, within walking distance. As ...
After a very cold night we woke to a bright morning, with a hard frost and a pretty winter sunrise.
We walked into Souillac, and it was so cold I wore my 'Inca' hat! It is a nice little town and we went into the lovely 12 C Abbey.Church. We searched hard to find a boulangerie, and ended up having ...
This morning we set out for the ancient town of Turquant, a Troglodyte village. Homes carved out of rock many centuries ago and still inhabited today. Some used as storage for wine for the constant temperature and others are very arty with galleries and a glass blower, we picked walnuts that have fallen from the trees, fresh walnuts have an entirely different taste to the dried ones we get at home.
... with frustration at not being able to pass them. Really nothing much to see at all. Flat farmland everywhere. Drizzling rain has given way to pouring rain as we approach Tours, its nearly 4.30pm. We have been on the road for many hours. Really keen to get to our Gite. We stopped to buy fresh fish and salad for dinner and a bio break
Past Samaur and on toward Brossay. Finally through the village and we arrive at the gite.
It is stunning. Huge ...