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Jun 19, 2011 - A long walk, a wrong turn and the Regordane

A serious (last) pilgrim day and I am not sure Donna will ever let me organise another one like it but, even so, I suspect she thinks it might just or almost have been worth the aching feet. I think it has. With our picnic lunch consisting of a croque monsieur, a donut, a baguette – so much refined white stuff!! – an egg, cheese and an orange, and the extra emergency supplies I like to carry, a florentine, dried fruit and cashews we walked seventeen kilometres, much of it uphill. The first five kilometres were bucolic and then more...

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May 18, 2009 - Serignan to Langogne

Today we headed north, mostly using good regional roads. We travelled through the mid pryanees region. These were double laned most of the way and without tolls. Also well sign posted, didn't get lost once! Actually there was one section of toll road. This was for the section that bypasses Millau and goes over an amazing bridge. After crossing it we left the highway so we could get a good view. They are currently building a rest stop/information centre here. There is a climb up a hill to get a great view of the bridge. The Millau Viaduct...

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