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We are here!! Feeling of achievement...this town is perched on the side of a hill, that we climbed up from the other side, then down to!! But it wasn't a terribly difficult day, except for that last 2 kms, and we arrived here at about 2.45, having left Le Puy at 8.15, so it wasn't bad... Before we left we got a baguette and some cheese and apples, then set off well equipped. A lovely walk, through magnificent countryside, and made so good as ...
... The emperor Napoleon III gave them to the bishop of Le Puy-en-Velay ...We climbed the many stairs inside it and had the view from the top! Amazing. It was the biggest statue in the world (I think) until the Statue of Liberty was built. Beautiful views of Le Puy and surrounds. Then we went to look at another high point. This one the Rocher Saint Michel d'Aiguilhe. This is a chapel dedicated to st Michel built in the 10th century, also ...
... feet were still dragging, but by then it was time to go to lunch. This was the last of our special dining experiences! We had booked this restaurant - L'Ourson Qui Boit - at the advice of our friendly French waitress at Tapa Vino - our favourite dining (and wining) place near Circular Quay. Our flagging bodies perked up with the promise of this special treat, and it really was. 3 courses (2 choices of each) for €18 - don't like to ...
We were up, packed up and ready to leave by 8.30 this morning!!! No alarm was necessary as the dutchy caravan and family behind us decided to start packing up and left by 7.30!! We knew we had a bit of a trek today- Simon had planned it so we did a big drive and broke the back of the 13 hour drive back to Cov. The six and a bit hour drive to Nonette was the best we've done yet, the weather was good and ...
... us through hilly, windy roads , the scenery was lovely but it was quite a long journey. We eventually arrived and I could not really see what was so special about this place. We found the campsite on the edge of town where the unusual volcanic outcrops stood with medieval buildings perched on the top. Another had a huge statue overlooking the town. In the ...