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... of the Carribean 'cruise’. No Will Turner or Captain Jack. Damn. The students then rode the Indiana Jones roller coaster, but I decided that discretion was the better part of valour after my first hair-raising ride. I did the granny sit with the bags.
Frontierland then beckoned and we lined up for Big Thunder Mountain, another roller coaster. I was reassured by all the littlies in the line that it was not going to be ...
... we explored an old railway station house that is now in the middle of nowhere with no rail line to serve.
The wind was pretty fierce. We found out later there were gusts of up to 80kph. There was often a head wind so parts of the day were difficult!
We explored Gien (coffee, patisserie, toilets and bottled water are on the list for any stop). Loved the bridge here.
A really ...
... station and he took us into the town as he needed to pick up some groceries. It was a gorgeous little town with a river running through it. They call it "Petite Venice du Gatinais" because it's like a little Venice.
We arrived at Ben's family home in Villemandeur and he introduced us to his parents, Jean-Pierre and Denise (Frank's cousin), their daughter Judith, her husband Nicholas and we can't forget their bulldog, ...
... after 12:15. To describe the ride - paths were a mixture of asphalt, sandy track, potholes and gravel (deep in some places), a mixture of farm paths, levee banks, 2 short sharp hills into villages (one with 2 large barking chasing dogs) and undulating country roads. All this into an ever present cold, headwind of 20-25km/hr. The whole day was spent on the smallest chain ring clicking between 6 and 2. It was slow going averaging about 12 km/hr! We stopped ...
... supply of shops and old monuments to look at. Many people use it as a base to visit war sites and memorials but we decided against this on our trip. That's not because they aren't worthy, it's just a matter of prioritising and we visited Villers Bretonneux on our last trip and paid our respects then. Yesterday we visited a mecca of cycling which many of you will be very familiar with - the velodrome at Roubaix. For those of you who aren't ...