Le Sev'Hotel

Av de Paris, Severac-le-Chateau, Midi-Pyrénées, 12 150, France | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Severac-le-Chateau

Millau Viaduct and twisty Backroads.

A travel blog entry by yurgo56


We are both so tired from our days exploits. The Viaduct is incredible to look upon. It is an engineering marvel and once the sign off for the project occurred took relatively little time to be constructed. However it was over thirty years in the planning, design and construction prior to being completed. We got to drive over it and now I can say I have been there done ...

Wow, Wow and more Wow!

A travel blog entry by kalibar


... followed by the drive back to Bourges. We had clocked just under 1000kms in the past few days, but enjoyed this part of the trip immensely. Yes, we had to pay for the tyre, but if that is all that happened, we are indeed fortunate.

Vik has calculated the fuel economy of the Captur, which worked out to 5.93 litres per100 ms or in the old money, 47.55 mpg!

Next episode will detail the train trips - back to Paris and on to Frankfurt.!


On the road again...

A travel blog entry by kalibar


With a new vehicle, GPS and a fair bit of excitement, we ventured on to the motorway, heading south to Millau.

The motorways in France have a speed limit of 130kph, and we were soon on the two lane motorway, travelling smoothly. In some ways, it is much easier than the narrow streets of Bourges, where we had relied on "Ken" our friendly GPS guide to negotiate the many roundabouts and tiny sets of ...

A day of contrasts

A travel blog entry by mustseemore


... has really "sprung".

We reluctantly tore ourselves away from the mountains, headed off down the D978 and D678 towards Puy Mary, the southern most of the Auvergne's mountain peaks. This pass has not yet opened for the season so we head east to Saint Flour and the A75. 31 Euros in tolls later, we reached Millau and its' magnificent bridge - the longest and highest in the world.


It's just a bridge

A travel blog entry by lanceandkyle


... we were both too self-conscious of the people around us and didn’t want to stand there for ages with our arms aloft) we headed back the way we had come deciding it was worth visiting that village build into the hillside.

To access the village, you first have to negotiate a very tight turn which took a 3 point turn in the camper – the nearest place to turn and approach via the other way is in the aforementioned horror set about ...


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