Auberge de la Madone
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... 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.
Yesterday, we had the best day. Let me start this entry with the fact that a few weeks ago Conor, Kevin and I road-tripped to Peille, a medieval village just past Nice to explore the town. On our way there we took a wrong turn and ended up in Peillon - the city just before Peille. Before we figured out our mistake we explored the town some, and ended up on an awesome hiking trail for about 30 minutes before Google informed us we were in the wrong place. My point ...
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.
5 August Day 9
We didn't dock until about 7am, so I got in just a quick little walk, but that was plenty of time to appreciate the vinyards up the hillsides and find my favorite little yellow and blue house :)
We were divided into three groups today for activities, and we all found ourselves in the Red Group doing things in this order: 1.Walking Tour 2. Chocolate Shop 3. Cooking School ...
Today we had a tour to Boucieu-le-Roi which is a small and old French town of about 300 people, high in the hills. It was about 30 minutes' drive from Tournon where our ship docked overnight. The journey to the village was very winding and, in places very narrow and hilly. It was best not to look out of the window of the huge bus to see just how close we came to the steep drop below. There were also cyclists on the road too so occasionally we got stuck behind them and then had to ...