Chateau Hotel du Monard
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... station in Saint-Julien en Genevois, I took a quick 20 minute train ride to Bellegarde to catch another train to Valence. From Valence I will take a bus to Aubenas where my host from On The Rocks will meet me.
The first train ride was somewhat eerie as we descended south between the Jura and Mount Salève. The fog settles into this valley and as usual doesn't lift until the afternoon. Once I depart on the second train, the fog starts to clear, making way ...
... of his music when he gets home. We then returned to the ship for lunch. We were booked to go to the Ardeche National Park in the afternoon but as it was 4 plus hours of sitting on the bus I had decided not to go as needed some rest time. Vern surprised me the night before by booking me in for a massage, so he went of to Ardeche & I sat & read for a while on the deck at the front of the ship, had my massage, slid out of there across ...
It rained! It was puddles everywhere. A miserable day outside. We got wet attaching Smartie and we got wet disconnecting to fill up and dump water and got wet again attaching her again. We were going to stop at an aire at Laudun l'Ardoise. It was next to a winery - grrrreat! We arrived to find all the hard standing pitches full and only grass available. It was tipping it down - not just rain, but a cloudburst for ...
... Vineyards for as far as the eye can see. It is just before the harvest so the vines are laiden with fruit.
We arrived on Saturday after a 4 hour trip on the French freeway. A couple of tense moments with the toll booths where we were not sure we had the right ticket or cash. But all was good and thank goodness we had the experience from our last trip or we would have had some ...
... a 2 course lunch and people watching. Due to the lack of a children's menu (quite relieved actually, no chicken nuggets!), the children shared a platter of cold meats, bread, olives and cornichons.They loved it.
We then headed for a hillside village called Crestet and walked up very steep cobbled streets to the Chateau. At the top we were hot and thirsty. Luckily, there was a cafe with a ...