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Dinner in St Chely was a stand out. Sandra ordered Porc Pied for an entree which turned out to be deep fried gelatine. I guess from the pigs foot. I helped out by eating some. Interesting texture and taste. The waitress was lovely. She saw where I had split wine on the table cloth and said "mistake!" I pointed out what Steve had ...
... along. The village looks quite large but only has 80, mostly elderly, residents.
Currently we sitting on a deck in the shade drinking Pastis and watching the Pilgrim Trail walkers come into the village we are now. St Chely is another nice little village, 100 or so houses with a river running through it and a couple of great restaurants.
We have started a Sandra Says collection - one of them is that all life policies are cancelled when ...
... are 2 of us that are told) ends up being not so easy. We were hurried out the door as they close for lunch at 12.
So, we were off. First stop fuel. Well, do you think we could find the fuel cap! We were just shown 5 minutes ago. After much searching, we found it, then the next problem getting the fuel to start pumping. We couldn't work out why it wouldn't start, then we worked out that you had to swipe your credit card. So we did that and voila, fuel. Next we ...
... for our next destination, and was fascinated as he seemed to try to take us along every minor road in the route get here.... Treas was beside herself! Here we were, wending our way, zig-zagging across the map at a mind-boggling 40-50kph, along a "white" road.... A fricken "white" road!......, when there is a "yellow" road, and a "red" road going in roughly the same direction......!!! Now, I can't say I disagree with your logic , sweetheart, but I'm only ...
... Hoorah". Would have been expensive, let alone annoying, if they were lost. Met the Robs at Maccas, and set off south. Very misty and we were hoping for great views of the Massif Central later. Looked at the Garabit rail viaduct, built 1882 and 565 metres long, impressive. Then on to Millau. The Millau road viaduct is 12th highest in the world; 270 metres high, 2.5 km long and has 7 pylons, over the River Tarn. ...