Auberge et Clos des Cimes
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... rocks! There was a big cycle race on in the area this weekend, so lots of cyclists on site.did keep us awake unfortunately but Dave had some good rides in the area.
The Rhone river is lovely with large boats along it.
Everyone enjoyed the City of Chocolate! ...
... in Ardeche. Sally was hoping to be able to visit an ancient cave painting site, like Lascaux, and with some research, we found the Chauvet caves. This group of caves was discovered in the early 1990s (their entrance had been covered by a rock fall about 20,000 years ago) and contains a large number of caverns whose walls are covered with a variety of cave paintings made by the residents of the area about 36.000 years ...
... you can have a face cream made from snail slime. Then onto the Ogier distillery. Pear is the local fruit and one of their products is a bottle of pear liqueur with a whole pear in it. No tasting here! And the weather looked ominously thundery, so we didn't go on the train ride round the orchards. Sunday was drizzly, but we visited four farms. First was a pig farm. Pigs wallowing in mud! They had ...
... the alley ways and admire the medieval buildings - forts, amouries etc. we stayed for a couple of days, then moving on to the town of Hauterives to a campsite. The reasoning behind this was that it was going to be a period of good warm weather, so we could clean the van, do the washing and Millie could be comfortable with the air conditioning. And so it came to pass! All the carpets came out, the bed was changed and all our clothes that we had worn in the previous two ...
... in Paris.
We lost an hour's sleep since it was France’s day light saving.
This morning we had a strong wind. The French call it the Mistral. So the morning started off very cool.
Rhone Valley wines are said to be the best in southern France It is especially known for its red Hermitage (also for white Larnage and Chante-Alouette.) Terraced vineyards have stone walls which display the names of the ...