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So today Cameron and I took a jog to Deusto. I was dying. He was 10x a better runner than me. We then met up and climbed then hill to see the statue of Jesus. My legs are dead. I have never in my entire life climbed up hills that steep. The dogs are different here than in America. Dogs here are mostly small dogs more seen as an accessory I would say. Always wearing coats paired next to stylish women. On our hike we saw a man kick the ball off this very steep ledge and about had a ...
... weaned ourselves from these visits because we felt like we were just getting in the way of good folks hustling to get their work done.
We found a place to get pastries and wandered back to the Boulevard, grabbing coffee for the grown ups, a few new post cards for the girls, and a cigar for later (for me.) We met Gabriella and Kathy around 11 and started the day with a tour of the markets. We started with a fish market where we picked ...
... in Bordeaux Cory and I went for a picnic in another wonderful park. The sun was shining and its rays seemed to take my cough away for the afternoon. On the way to the park Cory bought a bottle of red wine and we walked through one of the longest shopping strips in all of France. I noted a few shops I was definitely going to pop into on the way back! We spent the whole afternoon people watching and lazing around the park as Cory drank his and my share of the ...
... along with a wonderful statue of the Running of the Bulls we back on the path and end up south of Pamplona in Cizur Menor were we ride up to a Refugio that was once might have been a Lepers hospital. We are exhausted and are turned away because we have bikes. Just around the corner is a Albergue which takes us in without any problem. It takes us some time but slowly we figure out that we have traveled 56 Km or ...
... have often read that south of the Loire the weather improves and, lo and behold, it did. From a typical misty northern France, with pluie faible, (an excellent term for drizzle) the sun came out and the sky was blue. Not so much of a blessing really because driving south it was a bit dazzling.
The camp site we were aiming at was Le Futuriste, set on a hill close to Futuroscope, an ...