L'auberge du cheval blanc
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We've made it to France! We travelled down to Plymouth last night and stayed in a ropey hotel - very Faulty Towers! After checking in we were both a bit worried about the bikes on top of the car so went out to get them in the pouring rain and kept them in our room. When we got up this morning the rain was still going but we managed to put the bikes back on the car and get to the ferry port without any problems. Once we were on the ferry and had explored a bit we managed ...
... with two options for the afternoon; ride the programmed route for the afternoon or take a van tour of the same area. Two of the guys were very keen to ride and we're hoping that the weather would improve and the rest of us were happy to be driven for the remainder of the day. So that's what happened. Five of us headed out along the peninsula and stopped for lunch at a town along the way and two of the guys ...
... us know and we happily follow him on each new road. There's a bit of doubling back but it's all a bit of fun. And then we return to a spot that we've already been too, yes, we've been around a big circuit. Graeme gets quite a ribbing about that. Not that anyone is actually bothered, it's just too good a chance to pass up. Eventually he has to call Janice to meet up and sort out the directions. It's a bit funny. And we're only had 5kms added to the day. ...
We were ready to set off by 9am today. Unfortunately, my wish for no pain when I first got on the bike today was unfulfilled. Yes, it was a bit unrealistic, but surely I can hope? Perhaps tomorrow. It's forecast to be 37degrees today and we have a big day of riding planned today. Initially we were doing close to 60kms and that included a short ferry ride. Turns out however, that the ferry doesn't run until tomorrow so we will be riding a bit ...
... Hotel Le Brieux (I think) for a coffee, cold drink and lunch which was Croque
Monsieur basically a toasted ham sandwich with melted cheese on the top.
Joined by Pen Friend Annie - for a beer we then walked to a little bar up a steep cobbled street and succumbed to a beer.
We returned to
the hotel for a small siesta before being collected again by Annie for another meal at our French friend’s house.