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 …
We are both so tired from our days exploits. The Viaduct is incredible to look upon. It is an engineering marvel and once the sign off for the project occurred took relatively little time to be constructed. However it was over thirty years in the planning, design and construction prior to being completed. We got to drive over it and now I can say I have been there done ...
... head back to Millau, we drove off in the suggested direction It was a delightful drive, and we passed through some sweet villages and along the river. It was therefore a big surprise to find ourselves at the bottom of the bridge! Once we found a place to stop, we got out and took numerous photos, and almost got giddy looking up at the towers as the clouds skidded by. After such excitement (how sad) we drove back to Millau for a very late lunch in the town. ...
After about an hour we stopped for a break and a coffee in a cafe/roadhouse. This gave us time to withdraw some cash, as we had ventured onto a tollway, with minimal euros in our wallets! Everything is clean and the range of food and drinks extensive, although Vik is yet to find an Iced Coffee (a la Farmers Union!)
Back on the road, it started to rain, so we dropped "down" to the ...
... the Chaudefour Valley with its' fat contented cows. It is no wonder that cheese is a local speciality.
Brian is keen to return as the local lakes are said to be filled with fat brown trout and me, for the scenery that begs to be photographed "just once more". I have never seen wild daffodils - until now. Fields of small stunted daffies growing bravely in tough alpine conditions. Spring in ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsChateau de la Caze Sainte-Enimie
Staying in a chateau that's 500 years old...great bar and restaurant too
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