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Travel Blogs from Foix
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!!
... by 12.
From Valencia we drove eastwards again to Barcelona. We were already on the back foot about the city, with numerous motorhomies (our bros) telling us horror stories of break-ins and gassings
(using carbon monoxide to put you to sleep, then break in and lighten you of possessions whilst your unconscious) in and around the city. Also, the absurd 30-euro fee for a car park in a truck stop didn’t help (with truck stop like ...
... get going. Terry drove us to the airport to pick up our Peugeot 208 – it’s black. It was sad saying goodbye to our travel friends who are going on to San Sebastian. Craig was an excellent driver and it took us about 4 hours to get to Millau. We drove here as it is on the way to Italy and because we wanted to see the Millau Viaduct Bridge – wow it’s amazing as is the pretty town and valley it is in. Our ...
... were amazing, filled with stalactites and huge high ceilings and these awesome disc formations. Everything was damp and beautiful. Most interesting though were the drawings; 30,000 years old but fairly complex and accurate representations of animals of the time. The drawings were also all a bit abstract, which was really interesting considering how ancient they were and our conception of our ancestors' cognitive abilities. The tour lasted an hour ...
We woke up fairly early again (now usual) and had breakfast and got ready. Tony wanted to take us to the Figeac market today, so we tried to get into town before 11. He walked us through quickly, then left us to explore till 3. The market was beautiful, and had a great atmosphere; everybody knew each other and were so friendly and so visibly southern French. All cliche market scenes happened: people ducking under large swinging objects, sellers heckling their wares, a man with ...
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