Au manoir des forges
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... colours of the trees and the brilliant green of the grass was amazing.
E failed to get any lunch as we discovered that 11:11 is a bank holiday in France and everywhere was closed! So we arrived at the hotel at 5:00 pm and were starving! We checked in and the owner kindly provided us with pate and bread and a glass of red....perfect!
After 21 to 22 degrees yesterday, today is 10 degrees but not raining. We cruised all night, leaving Viviers at 6:15 pm last night and arriving in Vienne, just 32 km South of Lyon at 8:30 am this morning, having passed through seven locks. This morning was a walking tour of Vienne. Walking tours aren't always as easy as they should be because the French have a habit of letting their dogs poop wherever they like and not picking up after ...
Our ship arrived in Belleville, France overnight. This morning we left the ship at 8:15am for a wine tasting and visit to Oingt. We had a lovely drive through the very picturesque French countryside (although we did pass 3 Macdonalds on the way!) We drove along some narrow country roads and wound our way past the vineyards and the bus had a few tight squeezes through some small French towns. We arrived at the vineyard where ...
Last night we stayed in a gorgeous little castle off the beaten track close to two small towns called Vienne and Fontagner in the south of France, along the Rhone River. It had a very interesting history with Roman ruins and pottery underneath in the basement dating back to 5th Century BC when the area was known as Gaul. Pontius Pilate was exiled to the region close to Vienne and Fontagner and legend has it it was ...
Today we plan to travel south down the Rhone river valley on the local roads through the villages not using the main freeway. The first challenge was to programme the GPS and after about 40 mins gave up. The difficulty is that when you enter the name of the town you are presented with a list which might be 10 or so and you have to know which one it is or the post code no? We got advice of how to get to the freeway with ...