Best Western Hotel Lafayette
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Went for a walk to the old part of Orcet this morning, lots of narrow winding streets no wider than a small car, really quirky with a large church in the centre. Took the dogs for a walk down some leafy lanes, quote a nice stopover and the sunshine certainly helps. We hit Spain tomorrow as we continue South
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... grass pitches! We had a few cheeky San Migels before hitting the pool to cool off. Tonight we sampled the on site restaurant- si had a steak (looked like horse) and I had chicken- it was really nice and not doing dishes was even better! I washed it all down with a €1.20 glass of rose! Bargain! Few more drinks at the van and an early night the weather is cooler so we should have a good night sleep! Night ...
After a good hotel breakfast we were out the door and on the road. We managed to get out of Montpellier without any wrong turns or recalculations. I'm not sure what the other 3 actually got up to last night.
Traveling through treed countryside in the Midi Pyrenees, there were little pockets of vineyards as we climbed higher.
Once we were on the highway we saw the signs to the Millau Viaduct. Apparently it is an modern engineering marvel, so we drove in that direction. It was ...
... of nowhere and it's very hilly and warm. I remember at some point, when I was really tired that I really, really wanted a car to stop. Normally I don't care. No car stopping? Fine, I'll walk. But at this point I felt lost. Then this big truck stops. I'm so happy. I tell him that I'm going towards Tulle. Here something goes wrong. He thinks I need to go to a town somewhere north. He drops ...
... in many ventures, you could say he was rolling along alright. We weren't expecting much from the town as lovely planet said it was mostly a industrial setup. What we found really surprised us as it had a lovely charm to it. The town is mainly built out of the charcoal coloured granite that is endemic to the area. It had a very impressive twin-spired cathedral sitting in the middle of town as well as a great public space down the hill that was being utilised for some ...