Domaine du Colombier
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Domaine du Colombier Malataverne
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... on the train and got a kick out of the French name on my coca cola light I opted for instead of coffee. When I got to the port, I couldn't miss the boat and literally shrieked at the sight. I sat on a bench to wait for them when UK (Uncle Ken, also my godfather) walked off the ship smiling, waving and shouting, "Bonjour Madame!" in an accent that rivals his karaoke skillz. It was the best sight ever. He took me to my parents and we couldn't stop ...
... The children were annoyingly excited! It's a massive campsite with a very impressive aqua parc, which is open to the public. It was quite busy when we got there (2 minutes drive away!) We tried to pay to get in with our credit card but it wouldn't work. So, Oliver had to go home to get our cash card to get cash out. We waited patiently by the cash machine! It was packed to say the least. It's the kind of place where you have to put your towel on a sun lounger at six ...
... a while looking in a tourist tat shop and bought the obligatory postcards.
Oliver was home when we got back, having thoroughly enjoyed his first 'col'. We decided to spend the rest of the day touring the Dentelles. These are beautiful mountains with very jagged peaks - Dentelles is lace in French.
We stopped at the village of Gigondas, which is famous for its wine. Sitting under plane trees, ...
I woke early at 6am and, as usual, was wide awake playing with my phone for a while. I was vaguely aware of the children giggling down the hall, but the next thing I knew, it was gone 9am and Louis was asking for his breakfast. How come that, now, I could barely open my eyes?!
We started the day with a walk to the village, which included a stroll past olive trees, lavender fields and vineyards. The day was extremely clear and ...
... each one with big old churches and something unique about each town, stopping of course along the way to sample their cafés and patisseries! Two of us will be on a strict diet when we get home!
We left Rose's cottage sadly because it had been such a lovely place to be "at home" and made our way further south, together with many, many huge trucks on the main autoroute. A highway which takes trucks all the way from Northern European countries to Italy, ...