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Day 2 - Sunday 8th of February
At 7:15 we left Victor's parents house in Le Perray en Yvelines and hit the road again. Goal for the day was to make as much km's as possible and end up just past Madrid. The route would take us via Bordeaux, St. Sebastian, Burgos to Madrid, crossing the border on the far West side of the Pyrenees mountains.
Especially the part in the mountains was quite beautiful, with lot's of snow all the ...
... of Spain seem to sense our craving for nourishment and provide beer-and-food. Every. Single. Bar. I spotted a fine example of upselling in one place: they served us food just as we were nearing the end of our drinks – very effective hack to get round two.
I ate egg. The potato tapas had egg on it. I fought the fear!
Chris very wisely made the executive decision to move us onto caņa’s – wee little beers – when Ben ...
... for 2. Afterwards we went for a walk along the beach, the wind was dropping and the sun lovely and warm. Before we went out it was lovely to catch up Sophie on Face time, we had chatted to Rachel a few days earlier, the wonders of IPads. I am delighted to say we didn't come last this week in the quiz, we came THIRD and won a bottle of red wine and I won €20 euros in card bingo, much to Davids amusement watching me play. A great evening had by all, full of ...
... to see the views it offered from the top. Accessible by a cable car or hiking trail we had planned to visit the great dame in one form or another but a look on the map and we realised that 'ski lift' about 40mins earlier was our ticket to the top...With no time to back track we would unfortunately have to miss out. Pic du Midi will have to join Col du Tourmalet on the bucket list. Hhmmmm, maybe if I am to become an Ironman WAG again the boys could do a ...
Having left Sayalonga during the most stunning sunrise of our trip we then had a beautiful drive north through central Spain via Granada and Jaen. The province of Jaen produces the majority of Spanish olives and there are spectacular groves as far as the eye can see. We stopped for fuel just after Madrid and discovered a slight problem ,a 'pinchazo'
. Deep joy. Come on, you don't know what a flat tyre is in ...