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... traffic was light but there were quite a lot of lorries.
The section of road to Millau 'only' climbs to almost 900m but this is high enough in these conditions.
We opted to pay the 11.40e to go over the Millau Viaduct, rather than take the steep windy road down into the valley and back up. It is always thrilling to cross the bridge. ...
... saw at least 20 other people! This is by far the largest number of tourists we have come across outside the major centres during our two weeks in France. Fortunately, there was plenty of room to fit us all in. The visit was capped off with a well earned coffee and hot chocolate to warm us all up.
From Collonges, we drove to another medieval town called Sarlat-la-Caneda about 70km away where we visited the old ...
... last Station leading to a cave where a sanctuary depicting Jesus being laid in the tomb has been carved into it.
The next stop was the Chateau where Roy and Nathan made their entry to explore what was on the other side of a large fence and were treated to views over the town and surrounding area.
We could have spent much longer at Rocamadour and are very glad we have visited in winter as there were only a handful of other tourists in the ...
... for defensive reasons. The town is something to behold and it is hard to describe in words your first impressions when you are driving along the valley below near the river and round a bend and then straight above you is this magnificent medieval town. The weather was cold and cloudy, but it did not stop us from getting out and exploring.
We are so glad we have decided to come in winter as the town was so quiet and peaceful and we think we saw only ...
... the Roman times when it was founded in the 1st Century. A lot of the buildings in the town are from the medieval times and town is described as a medieval city with a number of houses from the 14th century still standing and habitable.
Two of the highlights of our trip was walking over the majestic Valentre Bridge. This bridge spans the Lot river and was built between 1306 and 1380. The bridge has ...