Auberge du Lac
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Auberge du Lac Saint-Marcel-les-Annonay
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... his" needle in the haystack" Ted and I drank a bottle of red and Irene Rose - no key found - hostess leased with Europcar Service and a tow truck came at 7.30am We were whisked off in a taxi to a small Europcar depot and we have a new (not so good) car which we hope to change soon - driving south and Sharpie is hoping someone will speak English ...
Our 5am start was well worth it as we arrived in Nice where it was 27 deg and blue skies just after 9am on Easy Jet - 11/2 hour flight. Picked up our 4 door manual CitroŽn and headed out of the garage - Co driver navigation was all important and he needed to trust me! I was relying on setting our borrowed GPS to help - but no - I had left it on and the battery was flat! She's ok now except she speaks French no matter what I do! Ended up having an amazing ...
... hand went to the Red Wine & Chocolate Tasting. Who knew they paired so nicely together. We were educated by our pastry chef regarding the chocolates and how he produced them. Shiraz wine was predominant in the wines as this is the primary grape grown in the region. Crossed the walking bridge to Tain L'Hermitage to visit Valhrohna Chocolate. Wish there was more room in my suitcase, the selections were ...
Visited Vienne today, a Roman town, one of Gaul's largest settlements. It became a Roman Colony in 47 BC under Julius Caesar. There were many Roman remains which are constantly being discovered in this city of about 30,000 residents. We visited the remains of a Roman road for chariots with our guide Camille, the Temple ...
Our route to Vienne included a stop in the village of Oingt built with traditional golden stones. A church included an old crank organ. The village itself was immaculate and it appealed artisans and creative occupants resided here. Loved it! On to our Beaujolais experience to visit a winery run by Pascal Gayot and his sons, Domaine de la Logere. The winery has been in the family for 12 generations. The first thing one notices is the soil. Very ...