Auberge Les Myrtilles
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After three months of walking or driving by, we finally graced the local chateau with our presence. What a delightful surprise! The scaffolding and curtain hiding the repair work had put us off but once inside it has a great stone staircase and rooms of very aesthetic proportions well decorated with several periods of furnishing. Once again it has a story of fortunes won and lost. King Francois 1st confiscated it around 1530 to save himself from repaying debts to the owner. Early in ...
OMG, we have collected so much stuff, Laurie is wondering how we are going to fit it all in the car, so this morning we started to get ourselves organised, hopefully it will go well. We were invited to Liz and Martin's home this evening, they live across the road and are friends of Patrick and ...
... oldies. Mind you Kathy feels that my last night helping with the consumption of a fine 2006 St Etienne, a lovely Var Rose we brought, then a locat Pic St Loupe red and finally some pear spirit contributed somewhat.
We decided to slow down, catch up by spending 2 nights in this lovely city with graceful arched bridges spanning the river below. The hotel has been a comfortable stay and, being on the edge of the city centre, has provided ...
... restored into a comfortable home. Marie-Cecile was born in this family home 60years ago. We were ensconced in two spacious bedrooms on the top floor, complete with ensuites and views over the river.
After pre dinner drinks of Cider and Champagne, we had a fabulous feast of foie gras, pate de campagne and potted pork, main course of roast fowl, a 4 cheese platter then Tiramisu. fantastic. A well fuelled night of crossed language made for a most entertaining night - lovely ...
Today's travels would be bookended by two of man’s tremendous engineering feats built 2000 years apart: a Roman aquaduct called Pont du Gard and the Millau Viaduct. But first there was, believe it or not, a market to explore in Apt this fine Saturday morning, after which we would be saying goodbye to our home for the past 7 nights. We packed up our suitcases ready for a quick exit at 10am then made our way the short walk into the town. It ...