Logis Hotel Family
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Excellent location, could spend at least a week here!
In the valley, surrounded by cliff faces, mountains, just beautiful. Very lush and green in the valley, with lots of Jardins (gardens) in the area - bamboo forest, bonsai garden just to name a few. Also caves everywhere in the mountains. The kids enjoyed their first ...
... 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 ...
... who had also been travelling around France for the past few weeks but in the opposite direction to us. We were able to swap info and it was good to speak to our fellow Brits. We haven't met any others so far this holiday! Their best tip off was to not visit the Pont du Gard once more. It was on our Agenda. It is no longer the great feature that we happened upon 12 years ago according to this couple when we cycled to the Med. they say it has been ...
... cramps we take a very slow walk into the larger town of Le Vigan along the fast flowing river. Watching the trout. A very interesting town with The River Arre being diverted into Trout pools just before the first streets begin. The old bridge is once again superseded by the newer and into town we go. I never get over the fact that every town and village has a Pharmacie. Clive's theory being that constipation is a huge issue and therefore everyone needs one. ...
... only took about 10-15 minutes to install and we were back on the road. At least half a dozen other cyclists, most wearing the same green and yellow kit, passed us on the way up while I was effecting repairs. I was more careful after that, stopping occasionally to check my rims and let them cool, and also to take pictures. Normally I don't take a lot of general scenery photos, but today's route was especially beautiful.