Hotel-Restaurant Le Grenier a Sel
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... the lane is too narrow and the tractor is huge. We are stuck behind it for what seems like an eternity. No point pulling up because the smell is everywhere. Finally Lucas sees an opportunity and he puts his foot down and flies past. Poor little Bobba is straining but we win free of the almighty stench and don't look back as we speed down the little lane. Another very enjoyable day and it is time to head back to Lyon.
Back along the main road ...
... good, as all the exhibits were interactive, and you had a real sense of handling stuff from the past. Several school parties - and the kids were really enjoying it. Also had a section on modern building practices, and wood fuel uses. They also have a very good arboretum, where we saw the largest snail we're ever seen - all of 100mm long at least
Walked around Murau in afternoon. Gorgeous town with very good wooden buildings - old and new. ...
... with us so you can imagine the comments as we belt through villages at 10 Kms per hour with our streamlined laundry hanging off the back of Harry Charry. We win the participation medal. After reluctantly leaving the safety and lovely gradient of the Dutch/Belgian bike paths, we have bravely entered French territory. A Paris sojourn was followed by a comical train trip to the Normandy coast. Who would have thought a flat tyre, 3 bikes, a chariot ...
... working, salt of the earth, Pricks. A word on Alloy boats. Get one. red was undamaged despite being hit twice and scraped along now 60 m of barges. The back steps that were damaged already from the previous owner took all the hits and doesnt actualy show any signs of wear. Cusey, the nice townsfolk of Cusey sent the bread lady down to the boat. I guess that the opinion is that you can deny a person anything but not a baguette. The thought ...
... There were heaps of people so we found a spot on the finishing straight about 200 metres from the finish. We then had to wait hours for the riders but were entertained by the crowd and the Publicity Caravan. While we were standing there a journalist from a French radio station called France Bleu (blue) approached me and because I spoke to him in 'broken' French he asked me to do a short on-air interview in French! It was ...
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