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... was all the way up until the last moment... I was very tired with the heavy 15 kg backpack, drinking water and resting every 300m uphill. But the views of the sea and the mountains plus the lovely colourful houses was worth the "price". Bidart was a pleasant surprise... and I enjoyed it after a great shower, washing the drenched clothes and changing into clean ones. Now I am eating downstairs: croquettes de jambon and a morue a l'espagnole out of this world- ...
Slept great! 24 hours without sleep made both of us very tired. After a leisurely morning of coffee, biscotti and the Seattle Times (we enjoy it online) we headed out to tour the famous Cathedral in Chartres. We decided to drive this time after last night's long walk. Found parking near the center of town, stopped for another coffee and quiche (yes, real men do eat quiche) in a small cafe and ...
Last day in Paris and Pascals offer to drive us to Montparnasse has to be withdrawn as the tractors of the farmers will be blockading the streets. Finally after chats etc. drifted to train..still tired from weekend. Managed a nice lunch at our lovely restaurant after the fact finding mission around Gare dEst and Gare du nord..in readiness to catch the plane back toSweden as we will be arriving at GaredEst and need to catch the train from GdN. Diid some shopping and found ourselves ...
... which are flooded in some places from the high water. We retreat inside for a coffee and meet two Australian young women, nurses from RPA in Sydney, who had been travelling for 5 months and were at the end of their trip.
This feels like 'our Chateau' as we feel a little like residents - amazing what three days in one place can do! Azay is small enough to be appealing but large enough to have good restaurants and shops. Cath liked that after two days the nice lady in ...
... pretty good and interesting buildings with a decent if not tip top restaurant. There are loads of them dotted around France, and we have the guidebook listing them all, so we can plan our night stops.
Our route today took us along the canal and the river, a pleasant road, almost totally devoid of traffic and with blazing sunshine we were thoroughly enjoying the whole thing until we ground to a halt.
Nick got out ...