Domaine de Rochebelle
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Hot tub
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... many of the fruits and veggies yet as our hosts took us for dinner last night and we did lunch out today. However, it is lovely to look at and I need fruit for a still-life painting class I am doing tomorrow.
Our first touring effort in our host's rather elegant Audi was to the unbelievably beautiful (stop me if I use this term more than 100 times) nearby medieval bastide village of Pujols. It is actually a designated "Beaux Village de France" ...
... Apparently Germans stealing 400 years of wine makes you a little upset at them. He used to drive a truck with two wine vats on the back. One with wine, one with humans outside the occupied zone. We then proceeded to taste our way through the Bordeaux region. One merlot at a time. With a cab sav thrown in here and there. Tough work. But hey, when bottles of single plot Bordeaux reds are for sale for $39. It's heaven on a stick, in a ...
... the were worth 25 thousand euro. The man let me hold it, and I held it super tight with two hands, just in case I dropped it. The 91 year old women's dad used to hide the Jews down there when hitler wanted them. He used to transfer then by putting then on the back of the tractor in wine barrels. The the Germans thought it was wine, but it was the ...
... oldest vineyards in the town of saint emilion. We are staying very close to town, in a beautiful bed and breakfast and we are surrounded by stone buildings and grape vines for as far as the eye can see. We wandered through saint emilion which is unbelievably romantic, and then nearly tumbled down the steepest slickest cobblestone street ...
... city long known as La Belle au Bois Dormant (Sleeping Beauty). The mayor, former Prime Minister Alain Juppé, roused Bordeaux, pedestrianising its boulevards, restoring its neoclassical architecture and implementing a high-tech public transport system. His efforts paid off: in mid-2007 half of the entire city (18 sq km, from the outer boulevards to the banks of the Garonne) was Unesco-listed, making it the largest urban World Heritage ...