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11-14May17 - France

Well, after an overnight stop in Ashford it was up and out early for the start of the journey. Paul led the way to our accommodation at Two Wheel Moorings with a couple of stops for fuel (for bikes as well as travellers!). Arriving at 6pm it was a quick tunaround to unpack, drink tea(?) and beer before a long awaited meal in a local Italian. Lots of chat about the day, what to do the next day and of course bikes. After a superb breakfast it was off to check out some WW1 places of interest. Chris led the way to the Meuse-Argonne American cemetary then on to the American Memorial at Monfaucon-d'Argonne, the on to the village of Butte de Vauquois exploring trenches. It was then off to Verdun for a stroll, coffe and cake before heading back to our B&B. Saturday was up and out early where we headed to Luxembourg, across the Belgian Ardennes, riding through some spectacular scenery before stopping for lunch at Martenlange. Dave & Jen then went 'off piste' while the others went on to Viaden, strolling around this beautiful medieval town. Gavin went off to Bitburg with the others following later, stopping at Sinspelt. We arrived back at the B&B at various times before dining again at the local Italian to swap stories of the day. It was then an early night before rising early to make the homeward journey, only just making it in time for the train. All in all a fantasti trip enjoyed by all, covering almost 1000 miles!!! Many more photos are on our Facebook page. Gavin has posted some videos and photos on Flickr - hopefully this link will work if you type it into your browser...!

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