Auberge Les Myrtilles
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We met up with our new friend Thierry today in Montauban where he took us on a walking tour of his "pink" town. The towns of Montauban, and Albi along with city of Toulouse are known as the 'pink' cities due to the pink/red brick used extensively in the construction of its buildings. The brick makes a nice change to white stone which most of the buildings are constructed from in the area.
Our first stop was a visit to the police station where we ...
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 ...
... the Toulouse Lautrec museum which has numerous paintings and posters from the whole of the life of TL, some when he was as young as 11 years, and some in the year of his death. --------- We had another fabulous dinner in L'Epicurian before heading back to the B&B for a couple of quiet red wines. We head off tomorrow for Issigeac via numerous small towns which have great reviews for their beauty. Off to sleep now to recover from today's ...
... day put us off going higher into the Cantal region of the Massive Central.
What a good decision. First off, the road and the ride were beautiful, through rolling green farmland, both pastoral and crop. Verdant green hills and this amazing deep red heavy soil. Have succeeded in scrubbing of the sides of the tyres and are really enjoying ourselves, pushing along without going silly. Early in the afternoon, but after lunch stop, we caught up with a 650 ...
... to drink. What a magical place. We were unfortunately stopped in our tracks by a valley filled with a steep thick sheet of melting snow. It was too risky to cross (although some braver people did!). I decided that with the tread on our shoes wearing a bit thin and the possibility of another snow slip, it would be in our best interests to turn back. It was still a fabulous day, capped off by our meal at the Michelin Star restaurant, Le Viscos. The chef, who is ...