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... in Millau at more provincial prices and then headed south towards the coast on the auto route again after driving underneath the Viaduct towering above us. Turning off at Clermont we followed the D908 to St Pons de Themieres – much of it along a river valley.
The final fun for the day was climbing up over the D910 and then descending into the wide valley leading into Carcassonne where we arrived at dusk to our "hotel" which is really a B&B in Kiwi ...
... have a quiet day today if we could somewhere appropriate.. I am pleased to say the jackpot was struck with a huge clang. Stopped for coffee in Les Lignestowards the north end of the Tarn Gorge and from le Patron there was an hotel just along the road. Tried there and, no only open at weekends. This is huge venue for rafting and kayaking on the river, so busy busy at weekends. The hotel pointed to next door ...
Too much to go into right now but we have lost three days in Sarlat en Caneda. Now near Millau having arrived late this afternoon. Having a pleasant but lonely dinner in the restaurant, and if I keep writing Lona will have scoffed all the cheese!!
I have included a couple of photograph which should have been with the last short "keep in touch" message"
We know Sarlat quite well, Lona and I were there in 2004 and was there on my World ...
... the back of it. We were feeling like burnt stale giant baguettes soaked in red wine. We had long hugs and face grabbing goodbyes while fighting tears and took off for one last little lap of the water. Pedro snuck up to the town exit on his scooter and was sitting there waving and blowing kisses as we drove past.
We had the last section of the N260 to go. We followed it along the coast, looping around bays, up hills and down hills until it abruptly ended the same time ...
... village at a meeting place of several roads accessing the River Tarn. It is little more than a hamlet consisting of a couple of hotels a gift shop and a post office. The pretty stone houses huddling together a hundred metres or so from the river. There is a strong smell of woodsmoke in the air as fires are lit to keep out the unseasonable chill. It is barely 10 degrees in the Gorge. The weather forecast reported that ...
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