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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... but guaranteed to raise a smile or two at some stage along the way with his quirky installations. Take for instance the Mae West room which at first glance appears to be a number of separate staged objects - two pictures of single eyes, a red sofa in the shape of lips - but follow the queue, pause at the top of the steps to view through a frame of blond 'hair' and an image of the legendary American vamp ...
... to the motorhome so I turned towards a track that I had found the day before and that would take me fairly quickly back home. Unfortunately I took the wrong track which soon petered out leaving me to limp my way across a steep, scrubby hillside covered with loose rocks and gravel, not the best surface to walk on when your confidence has been dented and your foot hurts. It took me an hour and a half to do a half hour walk back.
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... as some local olive oil, fruit and salad stuffs. Lunch back at the 'van sorted! So far, we haven't encountered many Brits, but met a couple from Co. Durham on our way back to the car via the bridge. We chatted for a while and they told us that they have not one but two caravans. Since they like this area so much, one stays in Spain at Roses and the other back home for UK touring so they have the best of both worlds. After our scrummy lunch of cheese and tomato ...
After the Auvergne, our next stop was Millau in the gorge of the Tarn and famous for its viaduct, for two nights but due to extortionate charge for wifi €4.50 for 12 hours decided against paying for a connection. Hence no blog entry but our stay was not without incident. Friday morning was market day in the town and an easy 15-minute walk from Les Rivages, our campsite. It is clearly the season for asparagus so that and a punnet of strawberries ...
... something that sounded fine -has a kitchen! - and we continued to plot towards there.
Thought we'd be in the foothills. No way José - it was IN the Pyrenees! Spent the day mostly between 1300M and 2000M - that's in the air and dizzying made more so by endless switchbacks up and down the mountains! Twisting like we haven't twisted and I have no idea how many tunnels through the mountains but man oh man it was scenery ...