Chateau de la Caze
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Staying in a chateau that's 500 years old...great bar and restaurant too
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... viaduct, but you have to keep a look out for it!
We left the motorway at Millau ( we have been over the bridge before) aiming for the MH Aire in the town.
Unfortunately the 'All the Aires-France' book gives directions to the aire as coming from the south on the D992 from Albi!! ( Why as surely most ...
... night next to a usually busy road. Some rain en route today but OK now. It was a great drive down into Millau and we saw some eagles flying, below us at first, they are always fantastic to see. A great night's sleep despite heavy rain for an hour or so. Easy to walk into town from here and lovely views. Will come ...
... way to many humans. We took the old road from Granada to Torremolinos as the autoroute takes you through a long tunnel and you miss the good roads. Again we had this track to ourselves and it was one of the best motorcycle rides of our lifetime. I just continue to said "holly Molly. " A little fog on the top but on the way down clear skies. Torremolinos isn't the most interesting place to spend a few days but we were looking for a place to store Chilli for a few ...
... day put us off going higher into the Cantal region of the Massive Central.
What a good decision. First off, the road and the ride were beautiful, through rolling green farmland, both pastoral and crop. Verdant green hills and this amazing deep red heavy soil. Have succeeded in scrubbing of the sides of the tyres and are really enjoying ourselves, pushing along without going silly. Early in the afternoon, but after lunch stop, we caught up with a 650 ...
... This cross country section went on forever and we passed everything one could ever imagine. We passed through farms with muck all over the place, small little farm towns, then it would be onto a slightly faster road for a few miles then along single track roads etc!! One could certainly not look at a map and work this out as it would be virtually impossible. On all these back roads we must have travelled at least 60 or so miles. They just seemed never-ending!!
We stopped ...