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Great town in Massif Central. Close to Anduze another great town. Aire was brilliant. Relaxed and friendly right next to steam train Gare. We like this place a lot. We arrived early to see that a car boot sale was in full swing so Clive set about looking for his two most wanted items. Bill hooks and old lighters. 5€'s later he has his lighter soon to be restored. I bought a very expensive pot of honey and went home feeling sick after tasting at ...
... of here. I whizzed back down via the D113 a 'Route Barrie' blocked my way, ignoring the sign I shot off back over the plateau and finally came back down via Pommiers where I got lost and found again. The wind was whipping up and it started to rain. I didn't like being up there all alone. After dinner we walked into Aveze which has a certain ambiance but the Auberge here is closed until the weekend and so are the two shops, forever I suspect. A loan ...
... to the milk sheds to be milked! We arrive at our destination but Clive is suffering with his digestion so I leave him in Elvis's capable hands and head off for a stroll round the medieval village which has kindly provided us with a very nice country Aire for the night. Dating back to the 15th century it's now filled with small Artisan shops and cafe's run by the 40 or so inhabitants. Few residential pads survive but it still holds its charm in the maize of back alleys. It is ...
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.
... afraid this episode is the story of the three of us today.
The subject includes the word "tunnels" because we went though 13 or 14 of them today. All of them were short and did not really require lights, but we put them on anyway.
After an initial climb out of Mende, at the 10 km point we decided to do the extended route. We had just turned the corner when Steve ...