Ibis Orange Sud
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... on one hundred days of the year was also designed to keep them amused rather than engaged in politics.
Originally tragedies were the main feature, with comedy and improvisation to follow. This allowed them lift their spirits after the gravity of the tragedy. I remember an episode of ...
... and followed road signs to Bédoin instead of the prescribed route through Montmoiron. It cut a kilometre or two off the total distance for the day which was just fine by me because this was the longest and most difficult day of the trip. I'll have to make a note for future reference.
Next up: Mont Ventoux from Bédoin. Two years ago we climbed Mont Ventoux from Malaucène, but the road up from Bedoin is the classic Tour de France ...
... frustration we had the tent erected in the hotel car park. It is a little moldy and has a new scent, but nothing that justifies chucking it away. For now the tent stays with us. I always hate packing the tent away and this time was no exception.
Rest of the day was spent in the gym and watching TV. Tomorrow we have tickets for the Kennedy Space center, so it's back to the hard work of vacationing for us. It's a tough job but somebody has to do it :)
... a Logis hotel which was full of Dutch & after showering & hanging out clothes we looked up what to say at the chemist as we didn't want Peter to show with actions what the problem was. It was still very difficult, she showed us muscle rub & all sorts of other stuff, in the end I went behind the counter & used the computer to translate- typing everything including nappy rash. Eventually got some stuff off the baby shelf, it was some ...
... you try is that".
Eventually we had his meal not ours. We started with small pieces of Moroccan honey bread with tandoori butter, which was ok, then appetisers of Piri Piri flat bread (basically a small pizza with pretentions to grandeur) followed by Min having a Wild Boar stew and me having the Artesanal (yes, that is a word, look it up) cheese plate. We're still on the starters here.
The cheese plate was a large plate (hence it's name) with six ...