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We are both so tired from our days exploits. The Viaduct is incredible to look upon. It is an engineering marvel and once the sign off for the project occurred took relatively little time to be constructed. However it was over thirty years in the planning, design and construction prior to being completed. We got to drive over it and now I can say I have been there done ...
... The Chateau de Creissels was so good for dinner on Monday night, we decided to "eat in" again. This was "haute cuisine" at its' best and lots of little individual touches, such as a complimentary appetiser each night, and brushing down the white linen tablecloths for crumbs between courses. Tres posh!
It was everything I had hoped the Chateau in Bourges would be - but wasn't! This morning (Wednesday) we had an early start, with breakfast at ...
... I had only booked this yesterday, but what a gem!
The original parts of it dates back to 801, but the room we are in has every comfort. Once we had dumped our luggage, checked out the mini balcony we walked back to reception where the lovely young lady offered us coffee. It was too good a chance to miss, so we sat by the pool, with a great view of the Viaduct and the beautiful gardens. Both of ...
... us in
their Hymers. Andrew Martin from
Bowen/Melbourne walked with us for a day.
His wonderful photographs are below.
John McL walked with me over the
first big hill. Ramo and Lyn at the
wheel safely arrived at our next town! The path was narrow, briar
littered, stony, full of uneven steps, little signage and lonely. Few pilgrims on the road this year!
... the Chaudefour Valley with its' fat contented cows. It is no wonder that cheese is a local speciality.
Brian is keen to return as the local lakes are said to be filled with fat brown trout and me, for the scenery that begs to be photographed "just once more". I have never seen wild daffodils - until now. Fields of small stunted daffies growing bravely in tough alpine conditions. Spring in ...