Auberge Les Myrtilles
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... headed to a town called Albi to a restaurant we had read great reviews for. Sort of a Birthday Lunch for Hazza. The food was very artistic and tasty and we mentioned it was Harry's birthday and when dessert time came around they came and sand happy birthday to him. One of the waitresses went to give home a birthday kiss but he went all shy and ducked for cover. We left the restaurant and walked off lunch by visiting the famous Cathedral of Sainte Cèceil built in 1282. ...
... a local cellar and could not resist buying a few local white and red wines to take back to our Gite. One of the more interesting wines we tried was a ginger rose, it certainly had a different taste and although not a favourite it would be refreshing on a hot day.
We arrived in Albi on dusk and were immediately in awe of the huge 'pink' brick Cathedral of St Cecile. It is the worlds largest brick cathedral being 113m long, 35m wide and has an ...
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 ...
... until tomorrow. Did I mention that they are approaching their 70s!? They started travelling in 1968, yup, on a 250 Ducati with 1 sleeping bag and a billy. They have been at it on and off ever since. Raised a family, successful businesses and still doing it. Bloody brilliant, and we talked about all sorts, travel, families, kids, politics, life, bikes. Is there anything else? Awesome!
Spent the night in Carcassonne so we could join them for dinner.
... 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 ...