Le Bel Air
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... but found the steep narrow wet steps a bit daunting. Dave has been riding a bit as well. Kids had great fun just exploring and throwing rocks into the river in the valley. Quaint old steam train here too. Thoroughly enjoyed our stay here and have had awesome weather. One day of thunderstorms but then the next day 32 and then 36 degrees!! ...
... Pont du Gard it was onward to our stopover for the night in Millau, home to the Millau Viaduct, tallest bridge in the world. But more about that tomorrow when we pay it a visit. For today, we would have to make do with a view of the Viaduct from our hotel window where we had one night booked. The three-hour drive from Pont du Gard to Millau was quite scenic, although it was the second half, from Florac to Millau that was most impressive. The ...
... hour desperately trying to swallow it! I thought it was curtains for both of them at one point the heron was gagging so much! Day 2. We go cycling... It's a perfect day. 22 degrees, no wind and sunny. We are going to do the tourist bit and visit a couple of recommended sites. Firstly Clive's route took us up to Grotte de Trabuc so named after the Catlan's Rifle found by the explorers that opened the Grotte up to the public in 1945. The ride up to ...
The last two weeks have been quite full!
The first few days consisted of completing the remodel on our Cafe, Worship room, and office. We were basically just plastering, sanding, and painting. We also tied off a few other loose ends around the chateau, like fixing furniture and repairing windows, etc. And on Friday, our students finally arrived!
We have quite the diverse group:
Emmanuel from Mali, Africa
Louisa from ...
... age the Roquefort. The caves we visited were four levels high and the caves they currently use are eight levels high. They don’t use those particular caves anymore except for a few rounds of Roquefort on one level because of the health regulations relating to the wooden shelving. We started the tour with a short video on how Roquefort used to be made followed by how it is made today. Then we entered the top level of the cave where we could ...