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• Day 2 – Realised that our decision to head this way, although a very pleasant route and geographically correct as we were heading for the Mediterranean entry point to Spain, would be slower. Overnighted at a perfectly decent aire at Salles sur l’Hers
• Day 3 – This would be the day we crossed that Spanish border. It didn’t look far on the map, but turned out to be quite a long journey. SatNav lady was directing us over the foothills of the Pyrenees, which would have been OK, but it was a route we took last year and I fancied a change, plus faster roads. We did take in some of the lovely foothill roads, but were mainly on the major roads
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Great Pictures, I had a day of work outside and have just looked in the bathroom mirror and I have a tan. Work is still in progress on the Soffits and fascias it will be worth it when finished (that is what I keep telling myself) Hope the weather improves and you have a good time. Back to work tomorrow I will be thinking of you both (off and on).
All the best and safe travels 🙂
On Sun, Mar 11, 2018 at 1:38 PM, Random Motorhome Travels wrote:
> Michael and Sophie posted: “Stop Press – Have just created a Facebook > group (Random Motorhome Travels) for our blog & photos, so please feel free > to join us there if your preference is Facebook, and spread the word to > others who might be interested. • Day 2 – Realised that our” >