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... In addition to the lavender fields (too early for flowers) also grown in this area are apricots, peaches, apples, cherries, Shiraz and other grapes. After lunch back on the ship the afternoon was at leisure. I walked up to the old town which sits on an escarpment so high that from below looks impossible to climb, however, when you start to wind your way through the ancient streets to the top it doesn't seem so high. The place seemed like a ...
... French in this region have a long life expectancy. That is because of the red wine they drink.
The Minstral (the wind) is good for the grapes-it dries them.
The French play a game called boulle.
The sycamore tree is called plein.
The French prefer dark chocolate. Dulce was first made by accident. White chocolate was left in the pot too long and it caramelized.
... and emerald-green wooded hillsides.
This morning you'll arrive in Viviers—the gateway to Provence—where you’ll enjoy a closer look at this charming town on an included walking tour. Then you'll have free time to explore on your own.
Off to an early start, awoken bright and early by the very chatty (and possibly rather deaf) bus-load of British OAPs on our corridor.
... allowed us to sample as much as our hearts desired! Everything from 100% dark chocolate to little white chocolate beads to chocolate filled with alcohol!
Once we all had our fill, we headed to the Scook Cooking School at Maison Pic in the town of Valence. This school is owned by the only women 3 Star Michelin Chef, Anne Sophie Pic, and we all got to "cook" a little, try some wine and cheese ...