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... traffic was light but there were quite a lot of lorries.
The section of road to Millau 'only' climbs to almost 900m but this is high enough in these conditions.
We opted to pay the 11.40e to go over the Millau Viaduct, rather than take the steep windy road down into the valley and back up. It is always thrilling to cross the bridge. ...
... took the back roads following the The Lot and Le Vers rivers into the hills arriving at Collonges la Rouge about 2hrs later. It was a very nice drive with us passing through many small villages with roads so narrow that only one car could pass through at any one time. Not only were the streets in the towns narrow but we also came across a bridge that was nearly 100m long and again only one lane wide, fortunately we did not pass ...
... a historic site and was finally brought by the French government in 1934 preserving its history. Inside the wing we viewed pieces of art from the original buildings and were able to walk around the grounds and see the remenants of the previous building.
Well after a long and tiring, but fulfilling day, we are back at our Gite and filled with anticipation of what the next weeks in Montpezat-de-Quercy will have in store for us.
... town hugging the side of cliffs.
Not a lot to do there in winter when everything is shut. Just a stroll around and a play on the playground.
Around the Dordogne province we drove through many quaint, quiet, little villages hugging the river.
The visit to La Roque Saint Christopher was fun - again we were the only ones there.
The kids enjoyed imagining life, in this old city in the ...
... to find.
I had a couple of running races with my dad. They were fun.
We found the skatepark and it was a pretty bad one.
We were just playing around and then 2 French girls came up and said can we play.
We said yes and we played for a bit, then my mum and dad invited their parents over for a drink or two.
The next day we drove to a quiet town called La Roque and we bumped into people from the sunshine cost ...