Hotel de l'Ecu
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Today we visited an abbey, and a very interesting Cathedral. There was another building or maybe an enclosed area (it was hard to tell) that was attached to the back of the Cathedral that we could see from the outside, but unfortunately we could only visit the sanctuary. I’m always curious what the rest of these churches and buildings look like, but of course we have to stick to the sanctuary. In this Cathedral ...
... stop at a Tabac with plastic cups (see photo) and then early lunch stop to dry tents before the rains came in again. In the event we keep dry and a bit sunny through this afternoon. This evening we are back to wild camping but we're not sure when Pat's going in for a swim. We'll go to sleep with the sound of the sea. Tomorrow it's over the ferry and northward from Royan. Bon ...
... we rode 30 miles through the Medoc region before arriving at our campsite (our 3rd in 3 days). A first for our trip was a puncture this afternoon. A Big Bang and split tyre. Now we are eating supper before this evenings forecast rain! Fingers crossed. Sleep well, Bon Muir PS. Wildlife update - one sweet bright green frog (colur of P&Ps can) found half way up tent wall by Pam's head!!!). Pat bravely puzzled it as far as ...
A short days ride, a mere 63 miles though our stokers both thought we had done about 100 miles! After a quiet night, with just one animal intruder rummaging through our rubbish we set off without coats for the first time in days. After meeting alarge group of youngsters on their bikes we passed them twice to numerous bonne jours and tenez a droits! After shopping and ...
We've heard much about the chateaux and wines of the Médoc so decided to spend a few days on the Left Bank estuary of the Bordeaux region. Travelling from Cognac out to the coast, we caught a little ferry across the Gironde River from Blaye to Lemarque, then wended our way up to the port town of Pauillac in the heart of wine ...