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... of the Chaîne des Puys.
While walking in France's empty diagonal you can take advantage of the network of Grande Randonée walking routes. There are more than 100,000km of trail leading all over the country, through some of its most beautiful 'empty' spaces.
Also not to be missed are ...
... We both chose to get scrambled eggs and they were by far the best eggs I have ever had and were the best part of the meal. By the time we finished the eggs we were both stuffed and ready to pay the bill but before we could the waitress came over again and brought us each a fruit salad which we struggled to eat. Finally we were done and we felt like we gained ten pounds each and that we would never have to eat again. We left Angelina making a promise that ...
... up to, he thought I was crazy but we flew out through the red and green lateral buoys reaching 8 knots plus, it was brilliant fun, I was chasing another yacht with 3 men on, and I caught them .......they hadn't even put their sail up at this time. Before we knew it we were on our course for Port Haliguan, unfortunately the wind dropped and the engine had to go on and the seas became very roly. We met a gentleman called Mike Goodwin whilst we were ...
... men know Ian Craig as there are all blower yacht fanatics, one had just won a European championship and were from the Bay of Plenty. Small world. We are sleeping like tops and the other three are enjoying their beer. Looking at the land it is covered in vineyards.
Forget milk. Off to Narbonne tomorrow. My hair is ...
... Kloster in Klosterneuberg (yet another church). What a beautiful structure. Again massive spires and stunning coloured tiled roof. Inside painting everywhere and gold alter The bells are amazing with glorious resonating tones. Walked back through the town and had coffee in town cafe. Everyone in Austria seems to love ice cream - even the builders stop for it instead of tea.
Moving to the mountains tomorrow so will update this shortly.