Le Castel du Mont Boise
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... and emerald-green wooded hillsides.
This morning you'll arrive in Viviers—the gateway to Provence—where you’ll enjoy a closer look at this charming town on an included walking tour. Then you'll have free time to explore on your own.
It was always on my list of things to do, having canoed up the Ardeche river as a kid, to return. That holiday has always stayed in my mind, first time abroad and first real memory of not being with my parents whilst away from home. St Georges School, on Sheppey organised this trip every year for its final year children. Myself and Lisa Moss were the only girls who shared a canoe alone- i.e not with ...
... was that we were sailing, going through other locks, which were brightly lit. We woke up this morning in Viviers, and JP took us on a walking tour at 0900. Ba and I peeked down an alley and saw a sweet white and orange cat who really liked petting, YAY! The village was cute with the requisite cobblestones, etc. and on the way down the hill from the requisite ornate church (BTW, my cel ...
... journey. It was quite nice to be around people so interested in me ;-)
I realized over the course of my stay that there is so much I want to be able to write down, so many thoughts that I want to preserve. I’m going to have to let that go a little as there is really only so much that is crystallized enough to even put into words, let alone the time it takes to write them all down. Being ...
The winds were fierce all night and continued to blow all today. It is much cooler-everyone is bundled up in sweaters and hair tousled. The wind is called the mistral - it does herald good weather. We spent morning in Orange visiting the Museum and Roman Theatre. The theatre built in 36BC by Augustus, could hold 10000 people. It was free to go to then unlike now and many performances lasted all day. Originally Greek ...