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TravelPod Member ReviewsLes Artys Compeyre
Small village in the Gorges du Tarn, Clean and homely, pleasant Patrons, close to The Bridge and Roquefort.
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... along and not too far off the motorway.
The limestone scenery on the way is fantastic. When we arrived the aire at the back of the carpark which is normally 3 euros is free in winter.
We had been to La C before many years ago, in the summer when it was very busy and touristy. It was good to have it all ...
Otto Josh Stanger, 8lbs 11oz, Sue happy and relieved, Naomi good and Dick very happy? We can relax now! Oh, and baby doing well too! At a new Aire, for us, at Millau with electricity and wifi, brilliant for just over ten euros. Enjoyed our stop over in Narbonne again with brilliant sunshine and it was remarkably quiet ...
... are meant to be. After checking in to the hotel someone stopped to talk. As it turned out he was the manager of the hotel and he offered to store Chilli for a couple of months in the garage. Have booked flights home for the 4th of December. Will spend 6 days in London before flying to Vancouver. We think we will try to get to Lisbon before we head home so we are off tomorrow. Will spend a couple of days in Ronda and Seville on the way. Rubber Down & ...
... returned and we are looking forward to tomorrow. More riding and scenery.
Set off to Gorges de la Vis and Cirque de Navacelles. Pretty amazing. Canyon formed by a river. Great ride in, and up, and out, and down, and up, and down and out. Made our way to Le Vigan. The weather packed up properly, and our trip over the mountains and back towards Florac was scuttled. Mostly couldn’t see because we were in the cloud. Incidently, ...
... for entries and still do today, making deliveries up and down parts of the gorge as well as providing tourist barge rides. Hautieves was another beautiful little village on the opposite side of the river. Just up the road was Chateau de la caze where we had first sought accommodation. Very lux but very isolated. Saint Chely-du-tarn was an awesome little village that had everything - a beautiful little road with tunnels cut it of rock, a bridge over to the town, ...