Tag: Millau

Le Viaduc de Millau

A burst of early morning sun convinced us – it didn’t have to try very hard – to stay in Millau for one more day and see if we could get at least a reasonable picture of its attractive viaduct

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Barn Doors

It’s been a funny ol’ day. I need to back up a little, though. Yesterday we trotted off to McD’s for a dose of McWiFi to post some blog entries, all of which were lurking in Windows Live Writer on

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Up La Dourbie

The sun was out but there was what would most generously be described as “a stiff breeze” blowing down our little valley. At times, it felt like a gale. Nonetheless, we’d lugged our bicycles with us about 700 miles down

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Little and Large

Another long hop (for us heading south) of 300 miles-ish from La Brenne to Millau, home of the magnificent Norman Foster designed viaduct. Apparently, Norman Foster also designed that so-called Gherkin building in London but everyone has their off days.

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