Sunday morning and we have to bid farewell to Millau. I hope we make it back here some day. We were set to travel to Lyon, but first we headed out in the wrong direction with the satnag pointed at Sainte-Eulalie-de-Cernon. Our route immediately started us on a climb up to he Larzac plateau. Which in turn… Continue reading Sainte-Eulalie-de-Cernon
So on Saturday we packed our bags and left the gite in Serandon. As, per my previous post, we had experienced a super storm during Friday night, the weather was calm but misty / drizzly. We wound our way down into the gorge and the first thing we noticed was all the debris, from the… Continue reading Millau
Last night there was a humongous storm. Possibly the wildest storm I have experienced. Very strong winds, continuous lightning and torrential rain. This morning was calm but dull and damp. The picture shows the view from the gite towards the gorges. This was our last view of the Dordogne, at least for this vacation. At… Continue reading Leaving
Classic rally car, just one of many wedding cars spotted in Millau earlier today.
The leave campaigners have had their way and Great Britain will leave the EU. I am not a fan of the EU. Personally I don’t believe we should have joined in the first place. In theory the EU is a great idea. The problem is, just like with communism, you have to factor in human… Continue reading So We Are Out
The title is stretching reality, just a bit. We did make it to Argentat, about ten days earlier in our holiday. However, as I’ve already posted, we got a little distracted en-route and arrived too late to do it justice. You can see what diverted our attention here. So, this morning, we got our act together… Continue reading Argentat Revisited