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Travel Blogs from Millau
... in Millau at more provincial prices and then headed south towards the coast on the auto route again after driving underneath the Viaduct towering above us. Turning off at Clermont we followed the D908 to St Pons de Themieres – much of it along a river valley.
The final fun for the day was climbing up over the D910 and then descending into the wide valley leading into Carcassonne where we arrived at dusk to our "hotel" which is really a B&B in Kiwi ...
Breakfast this morning at Les Arty's and off to The Bridge, spectacular does not describe it, like something you might expect in space travel.
We tried to find directions to Roquefort to try the cheese but to no avail, bit of a look around Millau and decided to push a litle north along the river valley, when we found Les Vignes.
Only about 240 k's to Jeff and Nicole's where we are ue tomorrow so ...
... 1998. It is a beautiful Medieval walled cty now expanding its belt consderably, but the old part is fascinating.
We will visit Roquefort for some cheese tomorrow and have a look at the fabulous but scary Millau Bridge, (Google it)
On Thursday we go north to near Clermont Ferand to stay a couple of days with Nicole & Feff, Sophie's parents. Saturdayit is Paris1and Monday the plane!!
CU all very soon.
David & Lona.
... by the fact it was designed by an English architect, Sir Norman Foster.
We completed the day by visiting the Barrage at Pinet. From here the Tarn is dammed and each night, water is pumped to the top of the hill and then released to drive turbines to create electricity. The Tarn, escaping from the dam, is a mere trickle and we could follow its journey no further but we think it flows into the Garonnne and from there to the ...
We look out of the window and there is thick fog in the valley. We are concerned as we cannot walk or drive if the fog persists. By ten o'clock we can see that we are just in a band of fog and that the ground above and below us are now clear. So we head off to Le Roque St. Margarite to start our exploration of the Gorge du Tarn by foot.
The tarn is at this point about 350 metres above sea level and the first hour of our walk takes us up ...