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- Swimming pool
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- Pets allowed
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... way to many humans. We took the old road from Granada to Torremolinos as the autoroute takes you through a long tunnel and you miss the good roads. Again we had this track to ourselves and it was one of the best motorcycle rides of our lifetime. I just continue to said "holly Molly. " A little fog on the top but on the way down clear skies. Torremolinos isn't the most interesting place to spend a few days but we were looking for a place to store Chilli for a few ...
... returned and we are looking forward to tomorrow. More riding and scenery.
Set off to Gorges de la Vis and Cirque de Navacelles. Pretty amazing. Canyon formed by a river. Great ride in, and up, and out, and down, and up, and down and out. Made our way to Le Vigan. The weather packed up properly, and our trip over the mountains and back towards Florac was scuttled. Mostly couldn’t see because we were in the cloud. Incidently, ...
... that. Next I tried the kangaroo with the jumping action. Still nothing. Then I said ' Aussie' and he clicked. He then knew the kangaroo and said he saw Australia on the TV. We were very grateful to our French friend.
We went through our hour long demonstration on the use of our RV. We had an English speaking guy which was a relief. We took some notes and we thought it would be ok.
It is amazing what you think appears so easy at the time you are told, (especially ...
Had another 4hr drive South East today, through Millau Town with the stunning Millau Bridge in the distance. Having dipped down into the town and not going over the bridge we rejoined the A75 for a few km's before coming off and traveling 50km across some wonderful terrain before arriving at Le Val de L'Arre in Le Vigan. We shall move on ...
... 2004, built over 3 years and cost 400 million Euros. We parked and walked to the viewing area to admire the views and the construction itself, in what was now beautiful clear weather. Then the Expo on the construction process for Rob and John! Drove to Roquefort, famous for cheeses ripened in caves, and set a plan for tomorrow before dinner in the free camp site at the tourist office. Great views back across the valley ...