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... right in front of the lake.
Tuesday 19 August
Still cool, but with sunny intervals. Decided to stay an
extra night here, to explore the local area.
Spent the morning housekeeping. Afternoon ride into
nearby, lakeside town of Gérardmer. Very pleasant forested, countryside around
here, with pretty chalet type houses. Lots of walks and cycle rides, with
skiing in the winter ...
... us to a trip on a ferry across the lake, which was a nice surprise! France is always good, feels close to home and we've missed their baking. We're at a small site run by 'Stan' just south of Nancy. It's all NL here (we have to call the that now as Gen only refers to people by the letters on their car) only one or two D's and no GB's (that's what Gen seeks out!) We've had the odd letter that we have to look up - there is S, DK, B, BL, ...
... day of riding was not as successful, I stayed around the area of Orbey as the site is on the edge of a forest - within the first mile I had gone through 2 inner tubes, miserable! thankfully I didn't suffer anymore so continued for a bit more, another video can be found here - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uJD2YaM HYXE
Thats it from here and maybe France...
We left Spain and set off to drive across the French countryside to meet back up with Luke, Kate and the kids and watch the Tour De France. After a long 3 days of driving we eventually arrived in Gerardmer, a ski town during winter that is surrounded by beautiful pines trees, a huge lake and gorgeous French houses. The weather wasn't perfect on arrival, but it didn't stop us from walking up the hill to check out the best position for us to watch the riders come in to ...
... bought ourselves some supplies in Linthal. Retracing our steps we were able to find a car park along side four larger vans half way up the slope where we enjoyed a meal of sausages and salad as the support vehicles continued to drive past until late in the night. We were awoken the next morning at 8.30 as a group of locals arrived. With their car precariously parked on the hillside they popped their bubbly and set out chairs and tables for their day on the hill. Thankfully they ...