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So.....heading north again, we aimed for Brive and just east of Brive. More fabulous countryside in the Massif Central. Why? For more cycling and climbing. Did a bit of both and some more cultural stuff. Aubazine is lovely and representative of the area. Great big lesson for the whole excursion - use the tourist info places. They're helpful and have lots of mappy info, which helps understand what's in the area. ...
... Bob and Sini. Bob is a retired firefighter like me so lots of common ground there. We walked around Mont St Michele together and discussed our travel plans. Bob expressed that he quite fancied going to Morocco but wasn't sure if he and Ceedie were going to go alone. I felt the same so we discussed travelling to Morocco together, safety in numbers and all that. When I left I met some more motorcycle travellers, a couple ...
... and busy - had taken its toll. Our trip to Carcassone was about 800km so we decide to break it up and drive half way thay afternoon. What a beautiful, peaceful and calming drive and the spot we found to over night was just perfect. Treignic was small and quaint and surrounded by beautiful countryside. We did some exploring before enjoying a delicious meal at our hotel, where no one could speak ...
... This may be partly because of the very wet spring that all of Europe seems to have experienced. We have all bought new Swatch watches with the Rolande Garros logo on. Time will tell that even this cannot spur Roger on to another French Open title!
Paris is great, as you would expect. There is minimal room in our apartment but it is fine. The location is really good, just a subway ride with no swaps to the tennis. The weather is still cold ...
... bought a combined ticket with the museum there “Le Thot”, which was very interesting and was combined with a sort of farm to show the animals which appeared in the art work-except for the mammoth for obvious reasons. We then went to a real cave (as Lascaux II is an exact replica of the original cave-which was ...