Campanile Valence Nord
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... French in this region have a long life expectancy. That is because of the red wine they drink.
The Minstral (the wind) is good for the grapes-it dries them.
The French play a game called boulle.
The sycamore tree is called plein.
The French prefer dark chocolate. Dulce was first made by accident. White chocolate was left in the pot too long and it caramelized.
... height: normal; white-space: pre-wrap;">What better way to start a lovely sunny Sunday than with Champagne!! Reims is home to many of the major producers, and we decided to visit the Tattinger cellars for a tour. Some of their cellars were built by the Romans and you could still see the tooling marks, as well as some ancient graffiti.
Then started the long drive south, past Dijon and Lyon to Valence. About ...
... 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 ...
... a violin, the other a guitar. What skill! Thought there might have been some music rage though as someone told a group of people to shut up as they were talking through the performance and it was hard to hear and very rude. Maybe the travellers on this ship have been together too long! Tomorrow we have a trip to another hilltop village which may be surrounded by lavender fields. Tomorrow is our last rest afternoon and last real bit of cruising. We arrive in Avignon in the ...
... via the SuperU (supermarket) as we needed water and a few bits, then found our way back to the railway line, we were nearly 2 puddles at this point as the sun was so strong. Back to the site for a welcoming dip in the pool, BBQ and and early night tonight, off to Narbonne in the south of France. Oh and I'm sick of the sound of Cicada in the trees!!! they go on and on and on allllll day. See ya all later ...