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... us to a great lunch at the local restaurant Le Vieux Puits. A very enjoyable couple of hours.
After this we had to make some distance and we rode to a city called Poitiers where we stayed for the night. Poitiers is a major university town.
During the evening we went for a few beers and actually found an Australian themed bar!
Miles today - 143
Total mileage so far - 2878
... children on board cheering and waving at everyone on the bridges and sides of the canal, and the pass-byers responded in a nice way and this also added to the occasion.
We also saw Paris Police divers in action on the river and it appeared to me that they were searching for a body or something similar. The water appears to be healthy but a guide told us it wasn’t as good as it looked and would take about another 30 years before swimming by ...
... the actual site is closed to the public, an interpretation centre in the village includes a full size replica of the frieze. Nearby, we visited a famous abbey in Saint Savin, the medieval city of Chauvigny, plus the National Park Brenne, the towns of Le Blanc and Montmorillon. The hotel, the Relais de Lyon D'Or, is beautiful, we are in a house over a 1,000 years old, but the conveniences are fortunately more ...
Spots of rain after breakfast came as a shock but had passed by11.30 so we took the opportunity to go on the bikes as planned for today. We cycled to the small but pretty town of St Loup and although the round trip was less than ten miles there were a lot of hills to tackle and the heat was excessive. The town (being a Sunday) was deserted, and I half expected to see ...
... freshest of salad and shiny courgettes and tomatoes. The first thing I saw was an array of what seemed to be hundreds of soaps of every conceivable fragrance and colour. There were hand-made toys and children's clothes, knitted and crocheted and sold by their makers. One elderly lady was selling the asparagus from her garden, could ...