Manoir de Rigourdaine
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... and keep going. We are able to park outside the house to unload. With the help of the lovely cleaner Rosie who is there to meet us, (just goes to show Rosie Skinner that all Rosies are lovely!) we shove the trailer across the seemingly vertical street into the garage. Phew! The house is scrumptious! It is a medieval town house! I cannot believe that I get to live hete for a week!! Garage, hall and utility room downstairs. Wooden stairs ...
I made a massive pan of porridge with chopped apple from the garden and grated ginger. I knew the way to Mont-Saint-Michel well after having cycled it 2 days before. The weather was not as good as it had been on Sunday though and as I left Avranches the dark ominous clouds began to spit at me. should I pull over and get something to eat at the truck ...
... edgy watching it come in . . . but maybe that was just me.
We walked back out to the car park about 4 p.m. and were on our way to Bayeux where we would stay the night for my tour tomorrow. A late dinner (for us) in a little French restaurant, but aren't they all? Most better restaurants don't even open for dinner until 7 p.m. here so hardly early for the locals. End of another fantastic day.
Day 26 - Tuesday, 30th September, 2014
Not a lot to say about today if I am honest. We left Poitiers at around 11am and rode 172 miles in a north-westerly direction to Rennes.
My bike is beginning to play up. I had a new clutch in May and I think that the problems may be related to this. We will see. But I am losing power through the gears, although if I ...
We cycled into St Malo and looked around the impressive walled city and port. The afternoon, still hot and sunny, saw us relaxing reading and Chris swimming on a small beach near Cancale. In the evening we popped into Cancale and found a small restaurant for supper. More muscles for James and fish for ...