B&B Valence Sud

51 avenue des Aureats, Valence, Rhône-Alpes, 26000, France | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by garth_family

... was worth the effort. 4. Traffic is a ***** on the Cote de Azure. Poor Fred spent way too much time behind the wheel today, creeping along from St. Tropez past Cannes and Nice and slowly into Monte Carlo. Monte Carlo was spectacular and well worth the time spent in the car, but it was a long day. We are very much looking forward to spending a week at Spannochia and relaxing a ...

VIVID VIVIERS

A travel blog entry by mek1

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VIVIERS, JUNE 2

This morning we sailed further down the Rhone. Went thru some very large locks where we dropped about 30-40 feet from the previous level. The locks are very interesting. We then turned off into a split in the Rhone to go to the very small town of Viviers. This was originally a Roman town that was first settled in about 400. When the Romans finally started recognizing Christianity, the protestants picked this ...

A glorious chateau and lovely scenery.

A travel blog entry by yurgo56

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... as the husband is evidently a pretty good chef; would want to be for the price! Anyway, as you can see from the photos the place is pretty swish and it gives us a chance to put the glad rags on again. There will be eight guests and the two hosts for dinner. I will give a post on this later. It seems a bit of a shame but we say goodbye to Clarissa Citroen tomorrow. ...

Almost to Provence

A travel blog entry by carolynefox

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Another day of cruising on the riverboat as we make our way to Provence. Today, a three hour stop in Tain l'Hermitage where we toured a winery (with just horrible wine), the Valrhona chocolate boutique (Barefoot Contessa says this is the best chocolate in the world), and an art gallery. Then back onboard. Five days in to a seven day cruise, we have made many friends with whom we sit in bar as scenery goes by. Life is ...

The Hills of Hermitage and Cornas

A travel blog entry by hadwin

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... bank of the Rhône River on very steep slopes. It is where Syrah was born and where it gives its greatest expression of character due to the granitic soil and the influence of the Mediterranean climate. Juniper and oak trees also grow and encircle the vineyards protecting some of the vines from the extremes of the weather. The wines have structure, complexity, and delicacy at the same time, some minerality. Colombo was elected ...

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