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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... to start celebrating Jim birthday a bit earlier and headed up the dune for a beach BBQ and to watch the sunset.
Today has been a pack up and travel day and we are now sitting down after a nice shower on our campsite in Tours. The washing is in the machine, we are having a beer and just about to start dinner - steak baguettes with onions, mushrooms and salad with chips from the campsite bar. 2 nights here and next stop Paris :-)
Hope you are all ok. See you all soon xx ...
... traditionally as their muesli's were not that flash on the shelves. I said 'Croissants???' She said not every day as they are to fattening. No, just toast and jam and simple foods. So much choice and thats all she wanted. Yesterday I had one and half croissants for breakfast, a pizza, almond croissant and fruit for lunch and steak and salad for dinner. I can't help but eat the pastries as they are so delicious. Better keep on riding that ...
... strip isn't exactly connected with ample sidewalks.
The staff at the front desk were clearly challenged by the arrival of 18 guest with bicycles early in the morning so we set to work assembling our bikes in the parking lot. The weather looked cool and wet as we were landing but it was dry despite being a bit overcast. Assembly went well but there was a bit of damage to Gilles' bike--the tip of his front brake lever had snapped off. As much as ...
... the blue. Anyway we put our bikes together and the hotel staff calmed down and we are in the process of getting our rooms.
The other pictures show some evidence of jet lag, with one I might entitle "beauty and the beast".
Just got our room so will stop there. If I can stay awake we will go into Bordeaux this afternoon.
As you can see from the pictures we did go ...
... update more regularly if I don't become alcoholic..
The idea is to get into Spain today or tomorrow (depending how many beers I have) and get to explore the Basque Country. It's already apparent, the signs are in Spanish here as well and paella is on the menu in most restaurants - mmmmm!
Had a lovely chat with Jilly last night and it's looking good for a meet-up soon. She's promised to show me the ropes with the Tapas bars of northern Spain so bring it ...