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... to sniff out truffles.
After Ganges it was up a gorge still on the D999 and then 3 successive climbs over Cols, the highest of which was only 835 metres. We were up in the snow line, but the road was dry and ice free – great drive though.
This emerged on the Auto route and we headed north to cross over the Millau Viaduct, 300 metres above the valley floor. You may have seen the doco. on the Geographic channel about its construction.
... were advertised. We went with maimoselle to the owners house only for hime to say no they had just prepared every room for a full weekend. His wife came to see what was going on and when he said we wanted a room she screwed her face up and said OK!!
Turns out they are from Kent and he picked us for Australian straight away. After seeing our room, and a bloody nice one it is too, we sat in the dining area ...
... 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.
... other. Unsure of the motive, but being impressed and inspired I (Edward) joined in, snipping and shaving while laughing our heads off. The next day we woke to shockingly find half a head of hair gone and our washing hung out to dry, each item the lovely colour of salmon red. I’m not sure of the culprit garment, but it could just as easily have been a bottle of red in our pocket we forgot to check. Shamefully, it didn’t stop us having more for our last night. We sat ...
... temperatures were between eight and ten degrees below the norm, this September.
Having explored the village , we move on to the twelfth century church a little way away from the main street. It is dedicated to St John the Baptist and charming.
Back to the car and we travel down the Gorge stopping to look at views and have a picnic lunch. The river is shallow, and almost down to a trickle at times, interspersed with ...
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