Hotel les Raspes
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... but with no facilities! No thank you!
This aire was inspected by the book several years ago and makes no mention of this.
We managed to turn around and made our way back to the A75 motorway again.
Luckily the next MH Aire is at the lovely Knights Templar village of La Couvertoirade, just a few ...
... night next to a usually busy road. Some rain en route today but OK now. It was a great drive down into Millau and we saw some eagles flying, below us at first, they are always fantastic to see. A great night's sleep despite heavy rain for an hour or so. Easy to walk into town from here and lovely views. Will come ...
... until tomorrow. Did I mention that they are approaching their 70s!? They started travelling in 1968, yup, on a 250 Ducati with 1 sleeping bag and a billy. They have been at it on and off ever since. Raised a family, successful businesses and still doing it. Bloody brilliant, and we talked about all sorts, travel, families, kids, politics, life, bikes. Is there anything else? Awesome!
Spent the night in Carcassonne so we could join them for dinner.
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 ...