Hotel les Raspes
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Heated pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Swimming pool
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... had never left. Today we are going to drive down to the med and via the highest bridge in the world (the Millau Viaduct). Should be amazing. But it has to be said our lives have been a little strange with both mine and Pauls dad getting ill, but so far they are both ok and recovering well, but we feel like we are on constant standby in case we need to fly to see them urgently. We have become such a nomadic bunch that it almost feels ...
... taking the big ones. We are going to keep these in paper bags and try and keep them cool. We will let you know how long they last!!!' If there are any veggies out there, this place would save you £100's in food bills, just think how many recipes you could create, we think we will stick to mixing them with meat or make soup. The sun is over the yard arm, so ------ yes, G&T time, happy ...
Woke up to a dry and warm morning. Cycled for a healthy 2 hours before stopping in Belmont to investigate a church and look for our morning snack. We got a private tour of a church we know nothing about other than it was built in 1515 and as of this year it is 500 years old. Really quite a remarkable piece of work, had a sort of gothic theme to it. We ate a few cookies as we stared in awe of the beautiful site. A young man walked by as we were ...
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 ...
Sunday dawns and we have brought the bad weather with us. It is not raining but has turned very chilly.
Our first view of the Tarn was near St Rome, where a waterfall cascades down. Not as impressive as the Triberg falls but pretty none the less. As we are still tired from our long journey we decide to explore Millau, our nearest town , stock up on food (and wine ) and then have a lazy afternoon reading or watching France play rugby on the television.
The one ...