Deltour Hotel Millau
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... that. Next I tried the kangaroo with the jumping action. Still nothing. Then I said ' Aussie' and he clicked. He then knew the kangaroo and said he saw Australia on the TV. We were very grateful to our French friend.
We went through our hour long demonstration on the use of our RV. We had an English speaking guy which was a relief. We took some notes and we thought it would be ok.
It is amazing what you think appears so easy at the time you are told, (especially ...
Had another 4hr drive South East today, through Millau Town with the stunning Millau Bridge in the distance. Having dipped down into the town and not going over the bridge we rejoined the A75 for a few km's before coming off and traveling 50km across some wonderful terrain before arriving at Le Val de L'Arre in Le Vigan. We shall move on ...
... Hoorah". Would have been expensive, let alone annoying, if they were lost. Met the Robs at Maccas, and set off south. Very misty and we were hoping for great views of the Massif Central later. Looked at the Garabit rail viaduct, built 1882 and 565 metres long, impressive. Then on to Millau. The Millau road viaduct is 12th highest in the world; 270 metres high, 2.5 km long and has 7 pylons, over the River Tarn. ...
... from here on out, seems summer has finally come to see us!!!
I will be uploading more pictures of Paris in this entry
And whatever else I may have on my tablet
PS i have a massive amount of other pictures from my phone and camera, along with 13 gigs of
pics from Abde's tablet.
Taking it easy in the south of France
... And so we climbed up the hills slowly making our way toward Ales (this time it was a town, not a bunch of beers!) And then headed on further. Along the way were some lovely sights, more canyons, more cliffs, more lovely French countryside in general! And more cheese and bread for lunch! A few hours more and we made it to our next stop. Roquefort-sur-Soulzon, which you may have guessed is home to the world famous Roquefort Cheese! Known as the King ...