Hotel Le Pavillon de Rouen
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... did manage to find one or two things to bring home. Must keep that economy going. One of the highlights of Avignon is the popes Palace.The biggest castle ou have ever seen We were able to go on at our if wanted , as there 200 steps n loved we bib not try this as Kens knee is only just holding up. Another ,attraction is the Avignon bridge, this bridge when construction had 12 ...
... up guests who had been on a truffle tour. The scenery as we sailed all afternoon was once again breathtaking. I really loved this small quite village, I think because there are few shops, is what makes it so appealing. Tonight we were n tied by two other guests from New Orleans to join them to have a special dinner in the Leopard room. This meal is like having a degustation meal and was most enjoyable . Into bed around 11pm after many ...
... set sail for Viviers where we will spend tomorrow. I then watched a cooking demonstration on how to make crepes , we each had a small glass of Grand-Marnier do as the French do when they cook Chef on sip then a little cooking then another sip and more cooking. It was fun to watch our top chefs cook and then we sampled Very enjoyable. Tonight dinner and maybe a little dancing or just to ...
... home that still sits with many original pieces.His life Story was interesting , overall avery enjoyable tour. Back to ship for lunch and then a walking tour of Les Andelys, and the Chateau Gaillard This tour involved a healthy walk to the top of a very large hill to the ruins of this castle build by Ric*************hearted .a very real example of such a massive construction including moat and all.our tour guide Fred was most informative giving a full history lesson on ...
... it was closed and there would be no pancakes! It was cold and getting dark and we were a long way from the centre of town and any other restaurants and not really sure what to do. We had no choice but to call Sandrine and ask her to ring a taxi, but she insisted on coming to get us and helping us find somewhere else to eat. We had a lovely meal in the end (chose lamb as agneau was the only word I recognised on the menu!,) but our dramas ...