Deltour H tel St Flour
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... a little village close to Uzes. It was delightful - fresh veggies, bread and tapenade with a glass of wine. Our buy up ended in a special dinner at home which we had so much fun preparing and eating!: Garlic and anchovy toasts Mixed salad with citronnette dressing Rack of herbed lamb Crispy potatoes Baked tomatoes with garlic Cheese and fruit platter (couldn't make it this far so this was kept for the next day!!) Rose ...
... with water over 2000 years ago. Arles and the Roman arena had an espresso in the Van Gogh cafe. The incredible multimedia show in a limestone quarry at Les Baux de Provence featuring the Renaissance greats - have a look at the site carrieres-lumieres.com Dined overlooking the Mediterranean in the Camargue. The landscape has marshes and white horses and gypsies - one of Chris's ...
... Lodeve for lunch which we had under plane trees near our car after an espresso pick me up. On the route we went over the famous viaduct Millieau bridge. Arriving in Victor La Coste we were a little lost. So yes another espresso saved the day. A very young gentleman offered to take us to 4 rue de la cantonnade riding his bike. See photo. Well we arrived!, and to luxury! At the moment sitting on our patio drinking wine at 7.40pm and the weather is ...
... Another superb 3 course lunch at Coin d'Aubrac - salad (raw beetroot thinly sliced, baby spinach, almonds, potato, red peppercorns, herbs with a light delicious dressing). Home made lasagne, cooked in its own bowl followed by fresh fruit salad - (lychees, pears, strawberries, Apple all in a milky syrup). Chris drove expertly on incredible narrow windy roads taking us to Anterrieux ...
Who could say no to 1 1/2 hours of warm spas followed by a Full body massage? Well we didn't!! We did have a break for an exquisite lunch of duck la pain, lamb with mushroom sauce and a decadent sweet of ice cream and smooth meringue between pastries!! No wonder we fully relaxed to a fish dinner at home on our return! We met a most delightful French lady called Odette who is 78 and was visiting the spa ...