Le Coche De Briare
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... markets, some even were setting up with live bands, and lovely food stalls. We were a bit early for them, but managed to try some cheeses, sausages, etc from their sample plates. With only 50 kms to Sully sur Loire, we arrived before lunch, and after not seeing our mates all morning, they rode past us as we entered town. There was much waving and Bonjours. For once, we found our hotel easily. It's a beautiful little boutique hotel, with only 9 rooms, ...
... each place setting
include a long serrated edged knife –
very fine, too thin to stab a pig with but not thin enough to be whippy. It
turns out that this weapon for dissecting
Some fruit is placed on a side table
while there are other
tables with curios
and an odd assortment of ornaments
reflecting every era from the
... for 4 and a kitchen work area with 3 burner gas stove over a
3 way fridge with sink etc.
Overhead storage lockers all around.
Gas is used for cook top, fridge , furnace and heating water – hot and strong just like at home.
The engine, or mains electricity ( at some campsites) or solar panel on the
roof charge the 2 house ...
... We were treated to a grand lunch and dinner, with lots of champagne, wine, baguettes, fromage, bbq.....we just seemed to eat continually!
The weather was glorious so Max had a swim with Judith, the boys played soccer and basketball in the garden and we all went for a walk around Villemandeur. Not far from the house was a small castle with a moat which is now used as a music school.
We really enjoyed our stay in ...
... there's a famous cycling race held in April each year called the Paris-Roubaix which takes in significant stretches of cobblestone (or pave) roads and finishes in Roubaix in the velodrome. The visit wasn't without its challenges. We caught a train from Lille to Roubaix (a mere 10 minute ride on the fast-speed country train), then a local bus to the velodrome. We were pleased to find when we arrived that the gates were open and we could walk in ...