Domaine Du Moulin Vallee Heureuse
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... encased in flaked nuts. All quite amazing and served with immaculate timing. Nice orchid on the table too. And all for €15 excluding the wine.
So back to the journey. All went well until I got on the autoroute at Bourg en Bresse. It started to lash down with rain after an hour or so and then the plug in the front tyre failed.
I thought of ...
... were more wine tasting stations. So, we drove back to our room for the night and our hostess still wasn't there. So, we got the keys and went to our room. It is now 6:00 in the evening and she still isn't here. I would really like some ice for a scotch. We are supposed to have dinner with her, but I'm beginning to worry about it. I guess if she doesn't cook she'll send us to a restaurant someplace. I don't know ...
We were on the road at around 08:30 again this morning and made our way back to cycleway 22. This route took us through to Yverdon along lovely tiny quiet lanes and even some metalled farm tracks, through wooded and agricultural countyside. From Yverdon our route climbed over a pass in limestone country and soon we were crossing into France. There was a decent to Pontarlier and then it was onto quiet French ...
... rotisserie poulet & beer! When the veau arrived it turned out to be a jellied meat, rather like head cheese, served hot with girbiche sauce (maybe tartar sauce?), very delicious, but an unusual texture, not for all palates, I'm sure, but it worked for me! A local specialty tried, tick!!
Another wander through the market, across the bridge and back to the car for the drive back ...
... the nerves, but as it turned out, pretty effective - we got there in the end. Lost or not: the route was spectacular. Beautiful (thin) winding mountain roads with Jo gasping for air as she looked out over the drop just centimetres from her car window. Water falls, rustic tunnels hacked out of the rock, the occasional lycra clad cyclist slogging their way up. As we got towards the top and the country opened up a bit to alpine meadows, ...