Campanile Valence Sud
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... over 6 hours and more than 50 euro in tolls!
Corri laughed when I packed a small tool kit, but for some reason our rear bumper managed to lose some retaining pins and started to flap - duck tape to the rescue!
Had forgotten that France really does shut down on Sundays, so struggled to find an open restaurant, supermarket or petrol station - but finally we're refuelled and ready to hit the South Coast ...
... the neighboring county towns on day excursions, it was one of the stops on my parent's route, and also has a large train station to get you directly to the major cities. My first morning waking up in Avignon I had plans to hopefully meet my parents for a guided tour of Viviers, a tiny Medieval town on the Rhone River. It involved catching a 6am train, to a bus, to a port where their boat had docked the night before, but was all a little grey as to how I'd ...
... allowed us to sample as much as our hearts desired! Everything from 100% dark chocolate to little white chocolate beads to chocolate filled with alcohol!
Once we all had our fill, we headed to the Scook Cooking School at Maison Pic in the town of Valence. This school is owned by the only women 3 Star Michelin Chef, Anne Sophie Pic, and we all got to "cook" a little, try some wine and cheese ...
... I were tearing it up out there! So much fun! Dad showed off some incredible moves! We, along with the Houston boys dancing with their mom, were the last ones out on the dance floor! It definitely brought me back to the wild dance party days of college :)
We sailed into Arles by 10pm and walked off the ship or a few minutes to get a feel for the place... but mainly we were exhausted and looking forward to bed!
... and further east, Poland etc, you could see from their badges on their number plates as they thundered along with supplies going from one side of the continent to the other.
We passed Lyon and just after Montelimar we turned into Viviers, our home for three nights with ATC members Richard and Marie Anne. Well, it was like falling down a tunnel in time. We were staying in a house built in the fourteenth century! In fact it was three houses that had ...