Hotel Le Lion d'Or
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... and then put park benches at the bottom of it that's what people are going to do aren't they. We picked up some goodies from the Boulanger for supper, it may be a cliche but jeez the French bread is good, but there again if you're looking for cliches the amount of people you see walking around with a French baguette under their arm is unreal, you see more people with a baguette than you do a mobile phone - perhaps the wily French have managed to incorporate the ...
... 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. ...
... so late there were only two left, decisions decisions.... The kids made the sacrafice for their parents and chose chocolate eclairs, and when we say chocolate we mean triple chocolate eclairs. Both Kate and Roy said they 'loved' them, but both could not finish them and it was the first time ever we have heard Kate say a sweat had 'too much chocolate!'
We decided that we would take our time and enjoy the countryside ...
... last Station leading to a cave where a sanctuary depicting Jesus being laid in the tomb has been carved into it.
The next stop was the Chateau where Roy and Nathan made their entry to explore what was on the other side of a large fence and were treated to views over the town and surrounding area.
We could have spent much longer at Rocamadour and are very glad we have visited in winter as there were only a handful of other tourists in the ...
... patron Saints of the church where he grew up. as St Catherine of the Wheel was also here who, both the Proserpine parish and Kate and Roy's School, is dedicated to.
We then spent an hour or so wandering up and down the hilly streets of this beautiful town soaking in the ambience, before we continued back down into the Lot Valley to the town of Bouzies. From Bouzies we went for a family walk along the banks of the Lot to the Chemin de Haulage ...