Auberge Les Myrtilles
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... 2004, built over 3 years and cost 400 million Euros. We parked and walked to the viewing area to admire the views and the construction itself, in what was now beautiful clear weather. Then the Expo on the construction process for Rob and John! Drove to Roquefort, famous for cheeses ripened in caves, and set a plan for tomorrow before dinner in the free camp site at the tourist office. Great views back across the valley ...
... and we knew that we would have to remove some goods from the esky to fit the cheese, but we also knew it was well worth it! On the road for a last stint, and it wasn't 5 minutes before Emma was handing me biscuits with Roquefort while I was driving, pretty awesome wife! Another 10 minutes and we came to a lookout where we could look back at the town of Roquefort from across the valley and also see the Millau Viaduct, a massive bridge built over a gorge ...
So............our mates have returned to Blighty to resume normal life. Ferry back for us in a week or so, we are wending our way north - soaking up good things. France is full of good things.......a superb country - oft over-looked by English folk. It's different here away from the high mountains......but stunningly beautiful........and hilly if you ride a bike!
And my old family friend Aunty Barbara delivers 2nd to none hospitality!!
... else got omelettes. Both were served with obscene amounts of chips and salad. We almost died finishing the meals but we manage. After that we walked up to the top of the town where there was a spectacular view of the town and the valley below. We stayed up there for a while and then went back to meet Tony. Tony drove us again to the caves and went off while we went on the tour. It was all in French but we had an English handbook to help us out. The ...
... entertaining a group of children, full skinned rabbits and giant wheels of cheese everywhere. We walked around for ages and the girls bought some trinkets (I think). We returned to this cafe tony had shown us where everywhere went to meet after the market and got food and drink. I got a double croque Monsieur (3.80) and a glass of white (1.90!!) which was amazingly delicious. After our lunch and drinks we decided to try the museum on Champollion (??) Tony had recommended. ...