Hotel Restaurant Chateau de Creissels
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We stopped overnight a tthe Chateau de Creissels... yep we did- we stayed in a real Chateau. It was as one would expect.. old and amazing, There wasn't much to see here except for the bridge and views of it.
You can read all about it.. http://www.leviaducdemillau.com/english /index.html but we did get sme pretty cool pics I must say.
Our mission today is to see a little more of the gorge and the river Tarn, this time by car. We navigate to a point midway down the gorge as our starting point. Getting there was worth the trip alone. We climbed to over a thousand metres across high pastures , forests and craggy outcrops. You see so much more in a car and begin to put the Gorge du Tarn in perspective. We finally descend down a narrow winding road to La Malene, ...
... them pushing past though the sparse undergrowth or shatter their peaceful sunbathing on the warm stony paths. It is a strange day of warm spells, dark clouds and the threat of rain which looms and then recedes .
As the sun is finally swallowed by cloud cover we spot six eagles soaring above us. They are so close you can make out their feathers . It was an incredible sight and such a shame that my camera makes them appear so ...
... on travelling towards Millau is the totally amazing viaduct which dominates the horizon. It is really beautiful.
Millau has not a lot to recommend it, except a very well staffed Office de Tourism, where we pick up a plan for a 10 kilometre walk in the Gorge .Wandering around the town on Sunday you would think it was a ghost town – Where do the French go at weekends? All shops are closed and all windows and doors firmly closed. Even the bar in the town centre has ...
... onto my itching neck I say a quick thank you for 'entente cordialle, although Geoff thought it a bit dodgy sharing drugs with a stranger
Our gite is basic but comfortable with a ‘baby belling type cooker with a microwave.The bed,room is of a good size with two comfy chairs and a television. For 35 euro per night in a beautiful area we have a bargain I think. The boulongerie is still open so ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center