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... back on the bicycle and sit down. I spent the first 10 min standing while pedalling, but then I had to suck it up and power through the pain of sitting. I wish they made better bike seats. The ride back was quicker, but also hotter and more painful. We went a bit too far on the path and had to climb a hill too steep for my tired body. A few of us walked up and were happy to see how close we were to the chateau. Getting off that cute purple bike with faulty gears ...
This morning Gen and I were awoken by no puking hostel mate, no drunken homeless person and no construction. We slept like babies. I got up at 8:30 and had a lovely shower, in a big bathroom. (Sorry hostels, you ain't got nothin' on this chateau.) We went down for a lovely breakfast of eggs, bacon, croissants, bread and the most delicious hot chocolate I've ever tasted. After breakfast we went into town to ...
... brother) and I went for a walk down the road and we eventually came back to join everyone at the pool. We just dangled our feet in and had a nice relaxing time with some champagne. Once everyone decided to go to bed, the young folk went to Mat and Em's (Gen's brother and his fiancé) 'hunting cabin' (which is one of two external buildings with rooms at the chateau) and we all hung out there until retiring to our room for the ...
... that night – one day!. After a quick stop at the Russian Orthodox Church (a French/Russian friend was baptized there – Michel) it was time to head to dinner with the Vincent family as they kindly invited us. Maud’s mother, father, brother and his girlfriend joined us for dinner which was a Basque specialty, Tapas and Sangria to start, followed by the main (Hake fish, mussels, red peppers, peas, white asparagus in a broth) which was had with new potatoes, bread ...
Leaving Bayeux the weather is warm and sunny. We drive straight to Benouville on the Orne River to visit the site of the June 5th landings and the Museum of Pegasus Bridge. The crossing point is still well preserved (still a rolling bridge) although the actual bridge is now in the museum. The museum is small and very well presented with a broad range of exhibits and of particular interest was the Horsa Glider and the Centaur engineer tank. The ...