Domaine de Cabasse
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... rental about 3:00 for a light snack after three hours of touring. We then walked the grounds and hillside forest area next to the property which provided a great view of the surrounding areas. We gathered some kindling for a fire in the fireplace of our rental. The old stone cottage is pretty cool in the evening and a fire in the living room feels great.
Tonight for dinner we had a little North Atlantic salmon with potatoes and vegetables. Quick and easy. Great first day in ...
... was a travel day, it also became a laundry day. It took a couple of hours to get caught up but we succeeded. Next it was off to Avignon supermarket for groceries for the week. We returned about 5:00 and settled in for the night. We lit a fire in the fireplace as the temperature in the old stone cottage was a bit cool. The fire, some jazz and some Côte de Rhine wine made for a lovely evening.
Seguret was another "plus beau village" but clearly not as popular as some of the others we've visited so far in the Provence region. We wandered into town, up a narrow and steep cobblestone street and passing through one of the gates into the once-walled city. A few minutes later, we were in the main square with a fountain dating back to at least the 17th century. It was a small courtyard but very picturesque with a ...
... admiration we had a drinks stop at one of the many brasseries in the town centre. For the first time (if I recall correctly?) we actually chose a spot to sit in that was NOT in the sun because it was too hot! Our next stop was the Palais du Papes ( Papal Palace) where the popes lived for a couple hundred years from the 1300's when relations with Rome were not welcoming. The medieval palace was quite something, the popes certainly lived grandly! What a lot of pomp and ...
Next we plonked ourselves down for a week among the Provence vineyards near a village called Rasteau, in the Côtes du Rhone region. Our lodgings, somewhat biblically, were in a converted stable with a cute but allergy-inducing regular visitor, Garou the cat.
Our stay was smack in the middle of the grape harvest ('vendange', to the locals) and our senses scooped up tons of ...