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Trip Report Millau the long way around

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While the A75 autoroute is both spectacular and free, a lot of us like to wander around on the little country roads of France without a GPS telling us what to do, because we don't know where we are going in the first place and are going on a journey of discovery.

While I knew that I was starting the day in Sète and ending it in Millau, it would have taken me less than two hours to get there if I hadn't wanted to see more along the way. I took about six hours instead and loved every minute of it.

Here are some of the things I saw along the way, plus relatively full coverage of the town of Millau itself: http://tinyurl.com/millau2011

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