BEST WESTERN Le Relais De Laguiole Hotel & Spa
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- Heated pool
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Sunday morning was very quiet as we left Arles. Perhaps the locals were still asleep or already at Mass? Our exit was quick and by 11am we were on the awesome Millau Viaduct. The approach from the south just shows the seven huge support towers, but the view from the parking area at the north end was sensational. Soon after Millau we turned ...
Very luxurious to wake and not have to pack up the bags, have an early breakfast and set off walking!! Walking round this town consists of walking uphill or downhill on cobblestones, and luckily there is not far to go. We have looked down at the gorge we have to descend tomorrow, and then up the other side - an intimidating prospect, except that once ascended it should ...
We are here at Conques!!! A 22 km walk, and not particularly demanding, now that we realise that there is no flatness anywhere round here...just hills and mountains in every direction. We left at 7.45, a record early for us, as we wanted to get as far as possible before the bad weather hit. And it was beautiful walking weather - cool enough, cloudy but so far high enough not to be threatening. So we ...
Another gorgeous but not too strenuous day - about 13 kms. We started off along the river, flat country road, for several kms which was a nice gentle way to begin. Then we dive into the hillside and had one of those endlessly uphill sections (we had read the book and had been warned!) but once we were up in the hills, it was of course the usual stunning views in every direction, but also we stayed high for the rest of the walk. A bit of undulation of course, but lots ...
... saw our first sheep there and read a roadside sign saying that this is a very special area for sheep that are raised nowhere else nearby. Also we are now seeing corn fields, and still cows. And instead of just pines, we now see chestnut trees and oaks. I have found out what the mystery trees were - the beautiful shade forests of a few days ago. They were beeches. The man who explained the names of the mountains yesterday ...