Le Roc Sur L'Orbieu
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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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Weather mild, sprinkle of rain, sunny arvo. Travellers driving like native Europeans. Once again, the GPS was both friend and foe, taking us in the general direction we needed, but insisting on leading us down tiny narrow laneways for long distances. This meant that we enjoyed lots of agricultural scenery, with tractors harvesting grapes into enormous trucks, cutting sunflowers to the ground and ploughing up the ...
A useful tip: Don't ever try cycling after a meal of wild boar and beans. Being bloated whilst hunched over the handlebars is no fun. I leave you to imagine the jokes (and noises) in the peloton this morning.
Simone looks like a cartoon bumble bee on a bike. He is short, stubby with a big round tummy and he's wearing black and orange. He does, however, prepare the best picnic lunches. The way to wind him ...
Still in Languedoc Region. Aire not signed and nearly missed. Great Aire. Spotless toilet with loo papar! Water and loo emptying. But waste diff. Drain at entrance to reverse over. Now it's not the done thing to say that a holiday can be pants at times but today is just that. After a great days initial riding Clive mentioned Biorhythms. "You have a double crossover". Some of you know I take note of such things and the Dog chasing episode (physically bad) last evening ...
... animal bones and tools on display that had been excavated from the cave floor's many archaeological layers. The Cave Bear, the largest European bear, was of particular interest to me. The build of its body was similar to the grizzly but is not ancestor to the grizzly or brown bear we know today. They hibernated in limestone caves and were plant eaters. This species evolved in Europe during the Pleistocene but then became extinct about 27,000 years ago. ...
... little restaurants and tabac shops and the like. Finally up the hill, the fortress sort of just appears. After you cross the 14th century bridge, the city disappears behind buildings, and when you see it again, it's right in your face. We were awestruck at first, so we took a little time to admire it from the outside.
Crossing over the drawbridge really feels like going back in time. Through the first ramparts, across a path, under the second ...