Sunday, June 17, 2012
Privas -- Aubenas -- Saint-Ambroix -- Les Mages -- Alès -- Anduze -- D133 - Monoblet -- Saint-Hippolyte-du-Fort -- D999 -- Ganges -- D110 -- Saint-Laurent-le-Minier -- Montdardier -- D48 -- Madières -- D25 -- Cirques de Navacelles -- Saint-Pierre-de-la-Fage -- Saint-Etienne-de-Gourgas -- Lodève -- D35 -- Lunas -- Bousquet d'Orb -- La Tour-sur-Orb -- Bédarieux -- D908 -- Hérépian -- Le Poujol-sur-Orb -- Olargues -- Saint-Pons-de-Thomières -- D612 -- La Bastide-Rouairoux -- Mazamet -- D118 -- Les Martyrs -- Cuxac-Cabardes -- Villegailhenc -- Carcassonne -- D118 -- Preixan -- Cépie -- Limoux -- Alet-les-Bains -- Campagne-sur-Aude -- Quillan
The previous day was nothing compared this one which was probably one of our longest on the road. We ate up 420km in a raw. Can you belive this? Strangely enough, I have scarce remembrance of it. Not that it was bad or anything (that region of France is gorgeous) but because I took barely any picture. Philippe on the hand did and what you will see here are almost all his.
Our first refreshment and shooting break took place in tourist-packed Anduze, a city worth lingering in.
|Anduze's famous clock tower|
Camping season being already in full swing, there were absolutely no reastaurant seat available when we arrived starved and sweating in Saint-Laurent-le-Minier.
|Camping site in the area of Saint-Laurent-le-Limier|
|Cirque de Navacelles|
|A genuine motorbiking track...|
|...she or he pretty much enjoyed!!!|
|...and cherries sellers, everywhere|
Carcassonne was the biggest city we had to drive through before Quillan. I so wished we had more to time to visit.
|Cité de Carcassonne|
Following next :
Day 3 - Quillan/Bagnères-de-Luchon