Hotel Les Buissonnets
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... the toilets and the showers and they were definitely the worst so far - no toilet seats or toilet roll! After dinner and beer we decided to check out the massive dune behind the campsite. It was 140 steps up a ladder in the sand and then about the same again with no ladder. It was worth it when we got to the top though. Amazing views and we made plans to go up again to watch the sunset and have a beach BBQ another day.
The next morning was quite cloudy but we had ...
We left Emilion, a quiet and peaceful place and travelled into Bordeaux, noisy busy and hundreds of cars on the roads into the city. A massive contrast. I didn't personally enjoy Bordeaux but more because my head hurt and also we had parked our Beast in a pretty shady district and pedalled into the city. There were call girls on each corner and rubbish everywhere and while we were walking around Bordeaux I was conscious of a small niggle of ...
This entry by Tom.
All 18 of us, including Caroline, were dressed in our trip jerseys (designed by Linda again this year) for our first day on the bike. Looked good. Gotta say everything is awesome when you're part of a team.
It took a little longer than we'd have liked to get started today, but only a little bit. It's a good thing that we got a large van because we used every bit of it this morning, but it's pretty clear that we can and will do better once ...
We had a nice opening ride today, about 110 km of flat country. While it was nice to cycle on the flat, it was a bit boring. A lot of it could have been in eastern Ontario with fields of corn and soy.
We did see mounded crops which I thought were asparagus, but apparently are some sort of fruit, the name of which I did not recognize.
You will see pictures of ...
... AirTransat, their actual handling of bikes--or perhaps more accurately, the airport baggage handlers--has never impressed us.
It was barely 10am despite all that we'd done so far. Rooms were being prepared but still not ready (although expected by noon) so we hung out and tried to stay awake (some failed) in the lobby, connected to the hotel's wi-fi.
Caroline found out about a sandwich shop close by from the front desk, so many of ...