Auberge du Puits
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... to was delivered in a basket, so we were out of there earlier than anticipated.
Last night's rain (there had been a terrific thunderstorm and downpour) seemed to have cleared things out a bit, but the threat of showers and more thunderstorms persisted. I figured they might appear towards the end of the day so was pleased at getting away early, but when I went to claim my bike from the garage ...
... 8217;t paying for the uninvited service. Heading further west from Avignon, we were soon at Pont du Gard. We knew this to be a very popular historic site being such a rich monument to the Roman Empire two millennia ago. We didn’t realise it was so popular that it had a theme park sized car park, an 18 Euro entry fee and information centre bigger than some of the villages we had visited. Susan was expecting to see this structure from ...
... unspoilt. Well worth a visit. It will cost you 3€'s to park but you won't mind paying. It amazes me how so many places survived the two great wars in tact given what went on. I don't think we are in Vichy France now so wonder how it still looks so in tact. Actually I do know, it's so remote and off the beaten track and sunk into the hillside that even we nearly missed it with our GPS and detailed map! It's only 9 degrees outside, a howling wind blows and its started to ...
... traffic was light but there were quite a lot of lorries.
The section of road to Millau 'only' climbs to almost 900m but this is high enough in these conditions.
We opted to pay the 11.40e to go over the Millau Viaduct, rather than take the steep windy road down into the valley and back up. It is always thrilling to cross the bridge. ...
... wheel off bike (interesting). Were given bikes and panniers and had a quick spin up and down the road. Have no idea what brand - all stickers etc have been removed and replaced with headwater stickers (tour company). The bikes are light but only 21 gears. Plenty of warnings about the tour instructions - where it says a hill or steep it means it. We raced to dinner straight after the briefing - as a large tourist bus had just rocked up ...