Les Deux Abbesses
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... route D907, the road through Gorges du Tarn. The views along this road were often breathtaking. There's nothing back home that I can compare. Of course the stone villages were continuously fascinating. The driving today was particularly fun - perhaps the best day of the whole journey. We had the fast autoroutes to ourselves (no trucks) and the ...
Today was fabulous! We woke and found that a night's sleep did wonders, no stiffness or sore feet, and bouncing ready to go! We walked 22.2 kms, and arrived here in Aumont-Aubrac soon after 2 pm. This is a real town with a mairie and post office and we are about to explore. Shouldn't take long as it is very small, but it is a pretty place, and we have to find somewhere for dinner, as tonight it is not part of ...
... the sheets in off the line when we arrived. We will have another communal meal there tonight at 8 o'clock. Should be fun. The mysteries of the hot water and bathrooms in general would not suit the people who travel 5 star, but these things are the joys and triumphs of our sort of travel when you figure how to get these things to work.... Our legs and bodies in general are managing well, and all is just superb! ...
We are here!! Feeling of achievement...this town is perched on the side of a hill, that we climbed up from the other side, then down to!! But it wasn't a terribly difficult day, except for that last 2 kms, and we arrived here at about 2.45, having left Le Puy at 8.15, so it wasn't bad... Before we left we got a baguette and some cheese and apples, then set off well equipped. A lovely walk, through magnificent countryside, and made so good as ...
... The emperor Napoleon III gave them to the bishop of Le Puy-en-Velay ...We climbed the many stairs inside it and had the view from the top! Amazing. It was the biggest statue in the world (I think) until the Statue of Liberty was built. Beautiful views of Le Puy and surrounds. Then we went to look at another high point. This one the Rocher Saint Michel d'Aiguilhe. This is a chapel dedicated to st Michel built in the 10th century, also ...