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We came across Saint Sulpice sure Léze at lunch time. Splitting the vehicles, we drove into the partly medieval town, to find a wonderful green centre with a more modern Mairie. The sky is blue, the birds are singing and the fields, whether ploughed or not look wonderful. The aire was by the river - with another weir. Oh so ...
We also passed through numerous tunnels throughout the day (following similar experiences through the last couple of days also). The sheer effort and technology required to build these as well as the impressive roads through these mountains is simply amazing (and must have cost an amazing amount of money). Tunnels have been simply gouged or bored straight through the base of selected mountains- some tunnels are less than 200m long with most approx 300-400 long. ...
Good luck this morning - there was a produce and everything else market at the little town we stayed at last night. We have bought heaps of little gifts , it was a fun experience negotiating in Spanish / English/ sign language. We have made it to Barcelona in one piece. Spanish drivers are crazy !, somehow we have managed to ...
... This was the kick at the end of the day because it was slightly up hill and when you are at the end of a long day it is really tough, physically and psychologically. 162km, 2550m of ascent.
But here we are, fed, watered and having had a bit of nap. Time to scout out a restaurant. The brasserie Cafe de la Paix gets good review. Then I need as much sleep as I can get. Tomorrow will be a tough one that includes the Tormalet - the giant of the Pyrenees.
... At least there were a few breaks in the clouds beginning to show. We got down to a minor road which we needed to cross to get to a second road which we would be able to follow into town. However, the thing we had been dreading all day finally happened. We came across a seething river that was normally a creek which we were unable to cross. There was nothing to be done but climb back up to the first road and make a detour of approximately 5 km so we could use ...