Day three took us back to Azay-Le-Rideau from Chinon through more farm lands ... and a random miltary training area.

We started pretty early, skipping looking through the castle in Chinon, as we had a 34km ride ahead of us. We stockedd up on lunch suppies at the Chinon Carrefour (supermarket chain) and got started. Lunch on most days on our tours was baguettes (which are awesome) in a park.

The last day was fairly long, but it was flat most of the way. We passed through some more farmland, interspersed with a field full of solar panels and a military training area (complete with tanks).

We got back to Azay-le-rideau to find a festival happening. There was a lot of food and pepole dressed in clothing from chateau period. Later there was a dance in the town square with a dancemaster to show everyone the steps. Jules some of our friends joined in with the dancing until the end!



Stew

amateur classical guitarist, very amateur photographer, professional geek