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... before eventually becoming a sanatorium in the early 20th century and now is mostly a country inn with a restaurant, has a spring. So we filled our bottles before continuing.
We rode easy and fairly quickly past vineyards, mostly, to Gorges de las Cèza which was brief but scenic enough. The we circled back to St-Martin-d'Ardèche.
After crossing the one-lane suspension bridge there over the Ardèche River, we ...
... go and the rest of us went back to take some pictures of the bridge. The next major event was entering the Gorges de l'Ardèche. I think the pictures will speak for themselves.
Somewhere along our route my bike computer must have got zapped by something electric because it jumped 10 km. It measured fine for the rest of the trip.
We had a wonderful ...
... was fresh so that's what Peter, Sue and I chose. We took it to a nearby park to enjoy.
After finishing up and hanging around for a while, we decided to go into the bar and restaurant area down by the theatre to see if we could spot the rest of the gang and scout for ice cream. We actually did find Steve, Tim and Carole JUST AS THEY WERE BEING SEATED at a restaurant, at about 8:30pm. They had been wandering all the time that we'd been ...
Got up at a reasonable hour and Barry and I went off to the outdoor laundromat. Steve arrived just as our wash was finishing so we put all the reel into a humongous dryer. And we're heading back to the hotel by 10am. We then decided to head into the city to see the Roman amphitheatre which dates from 55 BC. We did a tour, and I am afraid my pictures do not do ...
... slowed as much as possible, but the best I could do with my hands on the hoods was to keep it under 40 km/h. Clearly the next 24 km went by quickly.
When we got to Malaucène, we spotted Peter, Sue, Mesfin and Werner. After high fives that we had all made it, they went on their way and we had lunch. While sitting at the table we spotted Mark, who had already done to extended route. After our lunch, Mark ...
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