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Running at about 80% we head for the Millau Bridge. Its a 400k run up the motorway. Dull but nice day. The spectacle is worth it, as is the trip to the visitor centre.
Head out to LeClerc for air /fuel and breakfast at a Patisssere next door. Meet up with two french guys, one on an RT (Joubert and wife - sorry can't remember name) and the other on an Super Tenere (Christophe). Yak about bikes and gear and where we are going, where we ...
... the descent, which was the best I have ever encountered in France (or possibly anywhere). Once again, I was surprised to reach a col (Col de la Sereyrede) without having to pedal upwards, and luxuriated in the continuing loss of altitude until my route left the main road and offered the worst 12km of descending I have ever had to endure - the road was ...
... Gard, a 26yr old used the roman design for this, his aqueduct, while also needing to increase the length by 130m and the height by 30m. The impetous was the desperate need of a reliable fresh water supply by the city of Marseille, the Aqueduc de Roquefavour being just part of the Canal de Marseille diverting water from the Durance River to Marseille. It is magnificent, still functioning, and we had just happened to be driving along the road.......
... I ask the monger to shuck the mussels and give us some shells.
Cheese shop is next, the Poivre (pepper) goat cheese catches our eye & we get a local favorite. While I'm waiting for Jeff to pay, I try the samples that the olive oil store (Olivers & Co.) has set out ~ Holy Toledo!! Having the samples out cost Jeff 20 euros, we bought basil olive oil, sea salt with herbs and tomato powder to go on our artisan bread. Which ...
Today we took it easy with a visit to Musee D'Orsay to see what is known as the best museum in Paris. This is the museum housed in an incredible 19th century train station and contains the French impressionist masters, Renoir, Matisse, Degas, Manet, Seurat, and Cezenne as well as Van Gogh and Lautrec. After the museum we did more walking and then had dinner at a small bistro in the left bank. They specialized in fois ...