Chateau de la Caze
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An early start to check out of our accom in St Remy...plan was to be up at 8am, but for some reason Sandy wanted to get up and moving earlier...so we did. Checked out of Villa Nova....very comfortable and central accom, great place to stay. Walked into town and had a coffee while we waited for Ronald, Geraldine and Charlie. They are old friends who …
... temperatures were between eight and ten degrees below the norm, this September.
Having explored the village , we move on to the twelfth century church a little way away from the main street. It is dedicated to St John the Baptist and charming.
Back to the car and we travel down the Gorge stopping to look at views and have a picnic lunch. The river is shallow, and almost down to a trickle at times, interspersed with ...
... top of the gorge rising to about 750 metres , through wooded slopes until we break out into a mixture of rocky pasture and scrub land. The weather over millennia have carved the limestone rocks into grotesquely attractive shapes, which dominate the skyline. We come to the village of Montmejan before turning off to climb even higher above the river Tarn. (A total of around 820 metres) In the sunshine, myriads of butterflies dance around us as ...
Sunday dawns and we have brought the bad weather with us. It is not raining but has turned very chilly.
Our first view of the Tarn was near St Rome, where a waterfall cascades down. Not as impressive as the Triberg falls but pretty none the less. As we are still tired from our long journey we decide to explore Millau, our nearest town , stock up on food (and wine ) and then have a lazy afternoon reading or watching France play rugby on the television.
The one ...
We left Germany in torrents of rain whicn gradually ceased as we travelled into France. We had a long drive ahead of us because we had cancelled our two night stop over in Lyon. We finally arrived in LeViala du Tarn at six o'clock , two hours after we had originally planned. We entered the village from the opposite end from the directions given to us by the gite owner Madame Juery. However after a couple of attempts we ...
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Staying in a chateau that's 500 years old...great bar and restaurant too
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