Ptit Dej Hotel Millau
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... onto the D992, turned round and approached again. We realised that the said SuperU is now a Simply Supermarket!
We eventually found the Aire which takes 32 MH's and had one in it, and guess what? A barrier! This aire now requires a pin number to enter. To get this you have to ring a number and ...
... night next to a usually busy road. Some rain en route today but OK now. It was a great drive down into Millau and we saw some eagles flying, below us at first, they are always fantastic to see. A great night's sleep despite heavy rain for an hour or so. Easy to walk into town from here and lovely views. Will come ...
... back roads and we arrived in Valencia Spain. Another surprise for me as I remember this city from 46 years ago. The old and new buildings are stunning. By the way no problem leaving Chilli on the sidewalk in front of hotels. Sure makes it easy for parking. On to Alicante next. Of course we had to ride a few of the scenic routes so Denial was on the way. We could see the autoroute most of the time but we had this twisty to ourselves until we got close to the ...
... day put us off going higher into the Cantal region of the Massive Central.
What a good decision. First off, the road and the ride were beautiful, through rolling green farmland, both pastoral and crop. Verdant green hills and this amazing deep red heavy soil. Have succeeded in scrubbing of the sides of the tyres and are really enjoying ourselves, pushing along without going silly. Early in the afternoon, but after lunch stop, we caught up with a 650 ...
... by 1:30pm, you may not be seated. It is best to be at the restaurant around 1:00pm for lunch otherwise you are likely to be disappointed. Despite our appalling lack of French, we do like to participant and attend some of the local events such as: the huge Christmas markets; local karaoke bar; concert performances; charity events etc and are quick to inform the locals that we are “Australians” not English (nothing against the Brits). We have noticed this ...