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... traffic was light but there were quite a lot of lorries.
The section of road to Millau 'only' climbs to almost 900m but this is high enough in these conditions.
We opted to pay the 11.40e to go over the Millau Viaduct, rather than take the steep windy road down into the valley and back up. It is always thrilling to cross the bridge. ...
... as well as play on a glass enclosed carousel that Kate and Roy really enjoyed. It has become clear that most towns hold some significant historical moment in history and always tied to a religious event. Sarlat is another beautiful town and well worth the visit if you are ever in the area.
This coming week we hope to fit in some snow play and perhaps go back to Toulouse to visit the aircraft museum and the Resistance Museum.
After a restful day yesterday at home, as we were worn out from our day in Toulouse the day before, we were all ready and raring to go exploring again.
Today, we chose the town of Rocamadour. And what a town it was! For those who read the blog on St Cirq you know how impressed we were with that town, however, we must say Rocamadour surpassed it for beauty and unbelievable feat of engineering building this town on the side of a cliff.
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... path was used in the 18th century by men and horses to pull boats upstream and a 1km long section had been carved out of the limestone cliff face about 2m wide and high to enable the horses to tow the boats. It is hard to imagine how this much rock had been carved and removed by hand.
We all enjoyed the afternoon immensely and will come back to this area again to explore its neighbouring towns which each boast other sites of significance.
... parts, SNAILS, veal, and profiteroles, all accompanied by the perfect wine.
This was a highlight for us, an unexpected and enjoyable evening.
Thank you Patricia and Thomas.
Its good to see there are still good people in the world.
We visited the small town of La Roque, where we were the only people there, except for a family of 4 travelling through France from the Sunshine Coast.