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... look like cattle trucks, I always think of the Nazi's. We drove on and parked up, the public address then informed us we'd be crossing soon and would reach a speed of 140kph through the tunnel, that was okay for us but I pitied anyone in an old Citroen Diane as they wouldn't have been that fast before and they might panic in case their car fell to bits. We arrived in Calais and found our hotel, the guy on reception recommended several excellent restaurants where ...
We woke up to a very hard frost. Luckily this campsite has lovely heated wetrooms. We set off to Beziers to join the A75 free motorway, which climbs up to almost 1200m. We would not know until the start of the climb up towards Lodeve if the whole road would be open.
the signs indicated that the whole length of the road was open, but ...
... cars at that time.
We had been advised by a number of people that we had to visit Collonges la Rouge as the town is a sight to behold with its red sandstone brick buildings complemented by the bright green fields surrounding the town, and we were not disappointed. This town is another officially listed as, 'one of the prettiest in France' and has been heritage listed. Traci best described the town by saying 'I ...
... had a very spiritual feeling about it. We visited a number of chapels and this provided us with an opportunity to reflect on how fortunate our life is and that we have been given this wonderful opportunity to go on this great adventure.
After visiting the Notre Dame we walked the hillside path to the top of the cliff to the Chateau Rocamadour, this path was lined with monuments of the 14 Stations of the Cross which depicts the crucifixion of Jesus ...
... sweets and baked goods. There were people everywhere; I heard French, of course, German, Dutch, Spanish, an Asian language, and American, Australian and English accents. I bought a saucisson porc fumé, an apple, and some olives for a picnic we're having tomorrow. I wanted to get cheese but all the cheese stalls had what looked like young goat cheese, which didn't really appeal. I may have to go to the grocery store and get some "kids' cheese," which is what Virginie calls Laughing ...