Hotel De La Vallee
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We decided to not have a big driving day as Craig had a very sore neck. Dave and
Christina headed off to Albi and we headed for Villafranche de Rouergue where there was a big Thursday market. A larger town again with a square with ancient arcades around its sides which lent itself well to a market. Many stallholders who had been at the larger Saint Anton Val Noble market although this one was ...
... this was the seat of power for the Catholic Church for a few years when the French popes couldn't get along with Rome. The Paliais des Papes is unbelievable. Also a little ride around Avignon and you get to visit Orange and the Roman Theatres and not to be missed is Pont Du Gard. This is by far the most impressive piece of engineering I have ever seen.This aqueduct was built about 2,000 years ago. It was designed to transport 20,000 cu meters of water every day. It was ...
... The gorge was a great ride. A bit of everything, with superb scenery and challenging riding.
We have been suffering a bit of lack of confidence since our wee rest. Yes we have had a wee lie down. Nothing major, and no injuries other than pride. Minor damage to the bike but super glue has fixed most of that. Reminded us that despite all the things we've learned, all the applied physics, and all the miles we've done, if you get it not quite right, ...
... president of France. We took a look through the ancient ruins and the very very old church. We had a very delightful lunch. It was quite exceptional really. I had sliced duck on sewers, terry and Jane had trout and Helen had beef...al were presented similarly and we all agreed, simply delicious. Went for further walks around the town, just so picture ...
... He did 20kms today with no ill-effects. My feet are no worst than yesterday so I figure I have hit rock bottom and can only get better The village where we are staying is full but the Tourism Office found us a room in a nice ladies house who speaks no English at all but we are getting by. We got to 1300 metres today in mist and rain and the temperature was down to 6 degrees. We have now descended 500 metres and I think the hills are mostly over for a ...