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I stayed at La Chaumiere for 2 nights in September. I asked the owner when I checked in if there were any rooms with views and he gave me one on the top floor (the Terrace) with a little balcony looking over the street and the mountains beyond. Very nice. It's a little bit dated but the bedroom and bathroom are both a good size and it's reasonably priced at 75 euros a night, so I'm more than happy. Had dinner at the restaurant which is also very good.
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The rain last night came down in stair rods, we had music playing almost at full volume and could just hear it, it finally stopped at about 2am and what a relief. This morning is bright and clear and the sun is beginning to caress the mountain tops above the city and dry things out. Amazingly, the camp site is almost dry and you wouldn't know that we must have had a good 2-3 inches of rain. Do you remember Jayne wanted a run around on ...
... Ian who comes from Dartmouth, but knows all the fishermen gang from Cadgwith, we had lots to talk about over a coffee and it was good fun, we exchanged places of where we should stay and Andorra was high on the list. So as we are very close we thought yeh, why not and plan to travel that way over the next couple of days. We said our goodbyes and decided to stay the night just down the road in Mirepoix, a medieval town ...
... I arrived after only 2 and a half hours cycling (I'd been expecting 4 hours). I parked myself at a cafe for a bit, then decided I was burning in the sun, so I checked out the church for a bit of shade and quiet.
I found a new seat and had coffee overlooking the bridge. It was a bit windy, but gave a decent view of the cyclists. When Nick joined me, I took lots of ...
A freezing, rainy day greeted us this morning – we're off to discover the medieval walled city of Carcassonne today – can’t complain though – the weather so far has been unexpectedly awesome.
Chris had some last minute changes to our itinerary to take care of so we split up – Dot, Barrie and Emily headed off in light rain in the first group and Chris, Ethan and myself went out an hour later in (luckily, the ...
... at 1500m was not the highest that we've been but to get over it we had to climb about 1200m which was definitely the largest single climb that we've done on the trip. The old GPS got a work out by being covered in sweat by the end of it and at time it was so smudged that I could not read the numbers in the sun.
We basically climbed the whle way from about 300m in altitude up to 1500 over 25.5km. The route took us past a ...