Chateau Hotel du Monard
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... are a huge disappointment. The only one we managed to find was Ok, but falling a long way short of what I had imagined. Apparently you need to make appointments to visit most wineries in France. On the other hand Grignan was a charming medieval village with authentic local artwork and artifacts. We are now the proud owners of an original framed drawing from a local artist.
Our stay at Truinas ...
... and up to the castle where great views were to be seen on a now sunny day.We went to the cathedral to hear an organ recital before returning for lunch and our fternoon tour of the Ardeche National Park and canyon and La Grotte de St Marcel d'Ardeche. GThe cave has 60 km of known passageways but we were only to do a few hundred metres. 248 steps took us down into a huge cavern with lots of interesting formations, galleries and amazing basins which were used to give a light ...
... to eat. We had wanted to anyway. A wonderfully old olive tree sits in the middle of the front courtyard and they have built a wooden dining table around it. The outlook to the surrounding village and beyond is just so peaceful. We are thrilled with the day, reliving our favourite memories and learnings and comparing thoughts. The conversion is lively and we have grown in our friendship through the shared experiences of the last week. Our commonalities are more than we ...
For the first time this holiday, we had to set the alarm on my phone to make sure we could get away by 8.30 for a 1.5 hour drive north to Vaison-la Romaine. Thankfully this was an uneventful drive because Tom took us across country on a "yellow" road and then on the motorway north before a leisurely cross county last 20 minutes through pretty farming countryside.
We arrived in the carpark where there were only a dozen or ...
... marvelled in spectacular views of the Rhone Valley, and heard stories that indicated the Popes who resided in the chateau were not only interested in wine as a sacramental beverage.
A few miles up the road, Mike pulled over and invited us to tramp with him into a rocky vineyard. Apparently, vines only thrive in the least fertile soil, so the presence of rocks and sand are a necessity for their ...