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Had another 4hr drive South East today, through Millau Town with the stunning Millau Bridge in the distance. Having dipped down into the town and not going over the bridge we rejoined the A75 for a few km's before coming off and traveling 50km across some wonderful terrain before arriving at Le Val de L'Arre in Le Vigan. We shall move on ...
... out several walking tracks in the Uzès area which provided some great views of the villages and a challenging climb down into a local gorge. On one walk near Uzès, we came across the spring which was the source of the water that the Romans transported to Nimes, 50 km away, via a mainly underground aquaduct and Pont du Gard.
Pont du Gard, the river and its setting is always breathtaking even if ...
Since our last post, we have been on 3 planes, 2 trains and 1 bus, which finally got us to Saint-Hippolyte-du-Fort. It was a long, tiring journey, but had some fun along the way. It has been quite an interesting first week. We arrived to the YWAM base here on a Saturday morning. It was nice to relax and walk around town, revisiting my favorite spots that I had dearly missed from my last stay here. I felt like I ...
All is good, we got back home at Claudine's house at about 5:30pm the before yesterday, on Monday evening.....we left Paris Sunday morning, and drove down to Limoges where we visited and stayed with Claudine's brother Francois and his wife Genevieve. I slept in the car the whole way back home, we stopped in Millau halfway down to visit and ate with friends of Adbe's.
We have been taking it easy, have a few things planned but mainly just relaxing, ...
... our car had to be parked about five hundreds metres away outside of the ring road that goes one way around the town. But it enables the town to have a morning market twice a week and a night market one evening in the "streets" We browsed the many different stalls, selling fresh food (vegetables, cheeses, fish and meats) as well as pottery, scarves, jewelry, clothes, handbags, baskets and more. There were ...