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Travel Blogs from Albi
... a turning to a very nice sounding MH aire.
It turned out that the village, Najac, is another of'' the most beautiful villages in France' It is situated on the side of a steep hill, with a castle and church right at the top.
The MH aire is right at the bottom, on the banks of the river Aveyron, just before it goes into a gorge.
... red brick building which looks more like a fortress than a cathedral. In fact it is the largest brick built cathedral in Europe. As we got closer - guess what? Yes, you've got it - white plastic sheeting and scaffolding!!!! Grrrrr! - luckily mostly around one end.
Although it was only ...
... br> The walk took us past many fields of golden yellow corn - wheat, oats and barley. We passed a small chateau, disturbed a deer and saw lots of wild flowers. but really just a pleasant country walk.
Rob watched some football and we made preparations for our day out tomorrow.
... did some extra climbing by misinterpreting what 'continue straight at the roundabout' meant.
We had been alerted we would travel under the famous (except to me) viaduc de Millau , and I chose to take the optional side trip to its related Information Centre. I hadn't appreciated that would involve several kilometres of very steep climbing, though, but once started felt compelled ...
... more potato chips, and more stories from the road.
We gathered out front at 7:30pm for the group dinner ritual...and got back too late for me to finish this today.
Dave and Linda had done some exploring in the afternoon and lead the group to the old part of the city where the cathedrals (plural!) and restaurants are. We actualy walked through an 8th-century church on the way; it was amazing. Then we settled into Le Saint Salvy restaurant ...