Chambres d'hotes Delorme
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We boarded the bus at 9:00 am for the one hour beautiful drive to Domaine Saint Hilaire Winery. Our tour guide, Wendy, taught wine tasting and wine pairing in England and was amazing. She was so enthusiastic about sharing her knowledge with us. After learning more than we could ever remember about the process of making wine, we headed back down to the house for a wine tasting, conducted by Wendy and Daniel (the owner's son). The more we tasted, the louder the group got. It was ...
... a single Inn with a few rooms. It was where a Queen Margo was banished to back in the 15 century or so by her brother (check wikipedia if you want proper facts). It was another fun town to walk through and see the old churches and structures. A small hike to the top and you were with a huge statue of Mary and her baby on the hill top - which can be seen for miles when driving around the region. Some great views and nice to have ...
... via the SuperU (supermarket) as we needed water and a few bits, then found our way back to the railway line, we were nearly 2 puddles at this point as the sun was so strong. Back to the site for a welcoming dip in the pool, BBQ and and early night tonight, off to Narbonne in the south of France. Oh and I'm sick of the sound of Cicada in the trees!!! they go on and on and on allllll day. See ya all later ...
Well for today's little adventure, we decided on a canoe trip down the river Ardeche to Pont d'Arc, so off we went at 10am, feeling slightly nervous having spoken to our lad Dan last night, he had said be prepared to get thrown out of the boat a lot (he canoed this river loads a few years ago and knows it very well). the guy giving the safety instructions spoke lovely Dutch but only a little English, he kept mentioning rockets which we took eventually to mean ...
... where we are staying. There was entertainment, food and wine, lots of wine. We paid three euros for a wine glass and then kept getting refills for free. The boys once again had huge baskets of mussels (fresh from just a few miles away) for 4 euros. We sat next to some people from Belgium and although our common language was French, we managed to have some fun. It was a great night and a great start to our stay in Montagnac. ...