Chateau Hotel du Monard
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... about traveling alone somewhere online and it is just so perfect for this whole voyage that I’m on.
"You have moments when you’re alone, but you still feel at peace. You learn to appreciate the company of strangers. You learn to enjoy the beauty of nature. You smile because you live life on your own terms. You know this: wherever you are in the world, you’ll always have yourself. And no one can take that away from you. It’s when ...
... bought some coffee, eggs, etc at a price leader (?) on the corner in rue cler. Walked back toward flat. Merlin and Beth waited near bus stop, scott and I took stuff to flat and came back. We rode bus #69. Got off at Bastille, walked across street and got back on. Nice lady sat in front of Beth and visited a little. When we got back, Merlin and Beth went to flat, scott and I took night pictures of Eiffel ...
... a GPS (after all, I do have my trusty navigator in the passenger seat!). This area has some real highlights -- all of which should be googled! There is lavender -- but regrettably it is in shorter supply this year because of the weather; there are vineyards by the score -- with tastings every where (Denise is in her element here!); there are crazy festivals ranging from the arts to melons to ... yep, wine! Probably the best ...
... that mummy was a bit worried and we didn't hang around for very long!
We dragged the children away and went for another wander to find ice creams, 2 x figue, 1 x chocolat noir et 1 x fraise! Only the 2 x fig got eaten - a bit too tasty (rich) for our little ones!
Back to the car and off for a drive during which we saw the most amazing scenary...I found a spot for my new house to be built - complete with infinity pool from which ...
... trailers with heaping loads of grapes, to the wineries(caves). Gone are the days of giant presses and collection vats. The grapes are off loaded into bins. Stainless steel augers crush them immediately. The fresh juice gets pumped directly into temperature-controlled fermentation tanks. We enjoyed watching this at Fond Croze, with our friend, Bruno, demonstrating every step for us.
The French farmers we have met are a ...