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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Otto Josh Stanger, 8lbs 11oz, Sue happy and relieved, Naomi good and Dick very happy? We can relax now! Oh, and baby doing well too! At a new Aire, for us, at Millau with electricity and wifi, brilliant for just over ten euros. Enjoyed our stop over in Narbonne again with brilliant sunshine and it was remarkably quiet ...
... and 275m long. Each block weighed about 5 Tonnes and it took three years to build. From Annecy we headed to the twisty roads on the map. The region is the Cevennes National Park and the town to stay in is Florac. This is motorcycle heaven. I know this sounds a little hard to believe but we were able to ride paved roads up and down the walls of the Gorges du Tarn. With out a doubt the best paths we have ever been on. We also were able to spend some time with friends ...
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 ...
... park and rushed over to us to ask questions and find out about the tech bits. He was so sweet and lovely!
The train at St Jean du Gard is powerful and tourists come by coach and get picked up in Anduze. We saw the local infant school taking the kids on the train. David was ecstatic about the coffee in the station cafe and altogether, it was a lovely mountain ...
This entry by Tom.
What a day. Even with disasters, it was a special day on the road.
After breakfast at the hotel, the gang gathered at the van to load up and shove off. Mark left early; Dave, Linda and I took the long route with some changes they cooked up to shorten it a bit and bypass the national roads as much as possible, and everyone else took the more direct route...as far as I knew at the time.