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We left Sauvignone soon after 09:00 and took the autostrade to Turin and then onwards to Briancon. We stopped at Momtgenevre where relatively fresh snow had been swept for the road into piles on the car park. This was hard to believe as it was actually 20c with brilliant sunshine when we were there! The views of the Alps with snow covered tops, ...
... itinerary and that I've never heard of. Issy arrives, we throw our luggage in, and the train moves off. It isn't lunchtime yet and I think that we have already had way more than our fair share of excitement for one day. We reach Lyon and catch a taxi to our hotel. We see that our hotel has a special rate for having your dog in your room with you. They also have a room service menu for dogs. I think that Emma will want to move to France when she reads ...
... With knowledge gained and wine tasted we head back to our Chateau to report back to J-C, he is happy with our new found base knowledge so heads to his private vins cave for a few bottles. M-N sets up the table with glasses, cheese and bread crudités. I must say his wine is very sound, John felt very typical of the appellation style!. His best vintage so far has been the 2009, we played along and then the next thing after J-C and M-N had ...
... a Danish but tasted more like crapes. This afternoon we went on the sun deck to enjoy the sun and Michelle and I joined in the organised game. Then we all went to the lounge bar for a dance lesson. It was a French dance called the Madison. It was like line dancing and lots of fun. There was only about 10 of us doing it. When we'd finished our instructor (the cruise entertainment man, Anise) asked us to do it again because the ...
... kms Mont Ventoux, but the arrows take us another way, so we continue on, it is now 11.30pm and we start to see all the campers parked on the road side, we wonder how far we can go, I think we made it 10kms.
So when Kerry gets back from his bike ride this morning I will know exactly where we are. It is very hard trying to find a camp spot at night, we pulled into a side lane and settled in for the night and woke early this morning, we got asked to move over into the ...