Hostellerie le Prieuré
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Sunday morning was very quiet as we left Arles. Perhaps the locals were still asleep or already at Mass? Our exit was quick and by 11am we were on the awesome Millau Viaduct. The approach from the south just shows the seven huge support towers, but the view from the parking area at the north end was sensational. Soon after Millau we turned ...
... the sheets in off the line when we arrived. We will have another communal meal there tonight at 8 o'clock. Should be fun. The mysteries of the hot water and bathrooms in general would not suit the people who travel 5 star, but these things are the joys and triumphs of our sort of travel when you figure how to get these things to work.... Our legs and bodies in general are managing well, and all is just superb! ...
... well with all the babbling French going on all round us. We are learning the French hiking ways. There always seems to be a "bagagerie" where you leave bags to be picked up, or where you collect the delivered ones from, and today we all had to take off our walking shoes and leave them in a special shoe cupboard....but I think this is unique for this place..maybe, we'll see. Anyway, now off to bed early, in fact I think Amr already asleep at ...
Woke this morning knowing that we had all day to explore the town, sort ourselves out for walking tomorrow, and with no deadlines, bookings to keep, or trains to catch. Bliss! And it is amazing, or at least we had not expected, it is so Camino orientated....we see pilgrim walkers a lot, and street markers and are getting very excited and in the mood! The cathedral here is a shrine in its own right and is quite spectacular, set up high on a rock. ...
... cheeses and patisseries... So after coffee and a croissant there we actually caught a metro rather than walk - first to the train station where our train yesterday would have terminated (alas no hat at the lost property office!) then went on to the Museum of Arts Decoratif and Fabrics. This was a good decision, as the weather did exactly as predicted and started raining - just morning showers. Good and interesting museum, but have to admit ...