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... 8211; no I don’t think it’s pronounced quite like the Hindus talk about the subcontinent river, although there was a reasonable river here too.
This was across undulating country with lots or rocky outcrops and olive trees. We also began to see lots of blokes in orange jackets with shot guns and dogs – obviously Sunday is the day to go hunting – although some of them didn’t have guns and we wondered whether the dogs were ...
... area and chatted for an hour. Lona got some lunch from the restaurant and I lay down to have a quiet read, and 50 winks. Lona walked back to the original coffee shop and took some photos.
There is no restaurant open here tonight but Linda has suggested she would cook us a meal, probably duck, looking forward to that.
Jess and Linda have just come back from a shopping spree to cater for their weekend ...
... 1998. It is a beautiful Medieval walled cty now expanding its belt consderably, but the old part is fascinating.
We will visit Roquefort for some cheese tomorrow and have a look at the fabulous but scary Millau Bridge, (Google it)
On Thursday we go north to near Clermont Ferand to stay a couple of days with Nicole & Feff, Sophie's parents. Saturdayit is Paris1and Monday the plane!!
CU all very soon.
David & Lona.
... deep stretch. On these, boat trips and canoeing activities are widely advertised. We were tempted, but as the chill seeped under our fleeces, we decided to stay with the car tour. We worked our way down the Gorge until we reached Millau
Passing through Millau, we thought this was a good time to seek out the information centre and find out about the spectacular viaduct. Its construction only took 3 years but I was ...
We look out of the window and there is thick fog in the valley. We are concerned as we cannot walk or drive if the fog persists. By ten o'clock we can see that we are just in a band of fog and that the ground above and below us are now clear. So we head off to Le Roque St. Margarite to start our exploration of the Gorge du Tarn by foot.
The tarn is at this point about 350 metres above sea level and the first hour of our walk takes us up ...