Chateau De Montcaud
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Another cracking hot day had the whole hotel up early for a Sunday morning breakfast in the garden. Our plan originally was to head back to the coast today Marseilles, St Tropez, perhaps even Grasse. The more we're here to more we're wanting to soak up the sandy taupe vistas of Provence.
Addicted to the Provence markets, we were searching for one again in a little town nearby today. Not knowing ...
... to have finally found a site with an outdoor pool which was open, and also that the site was only a couple of minutes walk from the beautiful Ardeche river. We sat on the riverbank and watched as hundreds of canoeists paddled by us to finish their journey through the Ardeche gorge. The Ardeche is famous for its canoeing and also for Le Pont d’Arc which is one of the largest natural arches in Europe. We had heard about the canoeing and decided to give it a ...
... street band jam away. I loved Anna’s comment about eating in France – she now understands what Manu means on MKR when he says – "where’s the sauce"?!! They sure know how to make a mouth watering sauce which usually is what makes the dish! This meal was topped off by a lovely gesture from JB, organising a digestif drink for us after the meal – we selected a peppermint liquor that tasted a bit like toothpaste, and chartreuse which is definitely ...
... been too far for Anna so turned back. Saw people on horse treks on some of the many white horses we'd seen on the way in. We went down to the beach for a swim before heading off to Aigues Mortes, another town in the Camarague area with complete walls around it. It is where many of the Crusades set off from The free Aire which was at a supermarket carpark wasnt particularly salubrious but handy when we ran out of things during dinner. We went for a walk into town after dinner. It was ...
... the cardinals attached to the Papal Court, as well as the 14th century Philippe le Belle Tower that controlled access to the Avignon Bridge. The number 5 bus goes here via the Daladier Bridge, so that may be my excursion for tomorrow.
We arrived back at our starting point about 3.50. Having experienced the mini cruise I'm glad I didn't take the long one to Tarascon this morning. Pleasant as this little outing was, I think a whole day sitting here sniffing diesel ...