- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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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. ...
Today is Sunday and we began our day with a sleep in after our late night on Saturday. It was a very relaxing morning and just before lunch we decided to jump in the car and drive north to Collognes la Rouge abut 130km away. However, before we go it was time for brunch, our first stop was the bakery in our town which is well known in the area for its excellent quality. We were all wanting a croissant but unfortuntley because we ...
... tape here than in Australia! There are some other beautiful places we have visited. Turrenne, which apparently from afar looks like it just consists of a sheer rock with a castle perched atop it - but unfortunately we couldn't see the castle from just a few feet away because of the fog! The houses here are made of a very white sandstone, which is quite different from the very beautiful Collonges la Rouge which is located just ...
... de-Cadouin, la Roque-Gageac, St Cyprian, and Sarlat, stopping at each one to admire the beauty. (Garth just said he was going to tape me pronouncing French village names because my accent is better than Billy Birmingham's - he said listening to the tape would provide a hilarious pick-me-up for any French speaker who would just assume I was taking the ****....). By the time we got to Souillac, it had taken us more than 5 hours and we had managed ...
... The room was very large, with a balcony, and unlike any others we have stayed in Europe, had a small fridge, and a table with two chairs, (we we sat to have our breakfast, of muesli, yoghurt and banana). Unfortunately the ancient stone walls stopped the wifi signal, so we sat in large red swivel chairs at the end of the hall, or downstairs to use the wifi.
The next morning after breakfast we had a coffee at a nearby bar, where a very energetic woman, working on ...