Le Castel du Mont Boise
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... br> The drive from the bustling coastal city of Montpellier to rural France didn't appease the flutters. Although the goal "to find a place where no tourist has ever walked before", looked like being achieved. After a stopover in Avignon, we drove for what seemed hours on narrow roads through a plethora of quaint French villages. Our best friend, the likeable English lady in the Peugeot satellite ...
... rather more noticeable on the way back up! We then drove down the Ardeche gorge where the river had risen 7 metres overnight! The Pont d'Arc is a well known feature where the river has created a natural bridge which is very dramatic.
On our return we learnt that the damage to the boat has not been solved and we have to wait for engineers to hopefully solve the problem tomorrow but our trips carry on as planned - just a little more time in the coaches to get to the ...
Heavy overnight rain bringing a smile to the few wineries that have still to complete their harvest. The hot July and August sun and no rain has made the harvest very small but it is expected the quality will be superb because all the taste will be concentrated (Interesting every five years seems to bring the great vintages) The area we are in only allows Syrah grapes for red wine whilst Marsanne and Roussan are grown ...
... and some expensive toll fees to pay too. When we arrived we had a lovely warm welcome from Her family, mum, younger sister with her boyfriend and Chloe with her best friend. Chloe made a lovely dinner and we had a lovely dinner, catching up and sharing stories and language ...
... at around 10.15 and with no public toilets in sight, went looking for a bar/cafe on the "Roman" side of the river. Gotta say at this point that we have never come across as many "hole in the floor" toilets as we have in the last three weeks. For a country that is so fastidious as to have a bidet sitting next to the toilet in many or most homes, why do they then revert to squatting in public toilets. Many have been particularly ...