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After cafe et croissants, (ok Croque Madames again for the lads), we pack up our leftover pintade au Chou and other goodies into our pique Nique bag and head off via the back roads to the Viaduct Millau. Bully loves going through the old small villages and hamlets, as do I. We end up in Lacoste, the clifftop village I found last week after the markets in Clermont Hérault. A stunning panoramique of the vineyards. Eventually we end up ...
Today's travels would be bookended by two of man’s tremendous engineering feats built 2000 years apart: a Roman aquaduct called Pont du Gard and the Millau Viaduct. But first there was, believe it or not, a market to explore in Apt this fine Saturday morning, after which we would be saying goodbye to our home for the past 7 nights. We packed up our suitcases ready for a quick exit at 10am then made our way the short walk into the town. It ...
... de l'Odeon on the way home where Meg acquired an alpaca and silk jumper before making a booking for her first coiffure next week. We both have homework but put it off until tomorrow to go for an evening drink in La Belle Hortense before cooking paupiettes de veau with lardons, eschallottes, pommes de terre and broccoli. Cool to cold weather seems to have set in, it will be sweaters and coats from now ...
... They are doing the Gorge du Tarn, as are we. We will see them in Florac for lunch. See them a bit more through the morning but when we get to Florac, we cant find them or anywhere that is open for lunch. By sheer fluke, having been around and up and down we came to a dead end street, and as we are turning around at the end saw their bikes in a square. Found them in a restaurant. They thought we weren't coming, but we enjoyed a long lunch (great steak) and lots ...
... cruise along the Seine which was great as it is about 23 degrees today with a light breeze. Past all the major sites and really good views of the Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame and Hotel de Invalides which has a beautiful gold dome. Lunch at a cafe sitting at a table on the pavement watching the world go by. This time we were entertained by a violinist on the Metro. It was then onto ...