Domaine du Colombier
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... I especially enjoyed the ones with ginger! For dessert we had homemade popsicles, essentially made from frozen smoothies and such – so simple and so good!
They are really big into raw local honey here (the people around here really don’t know any other kind of honey); I sampled honey from strawberry trees, wildflowers, and lime blossoms! It was incredible how each had its own distinct flavor.
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... of his music when he gets home. We then returned to the ship for lunch. We were booked to go to the Ardeche National Park in the afternoon but as it was 4 plus hours of sitting on the bus I had decided not to go as needed some rest time. Vern surprised me the night before by booking me in for a massage, so he went of to Ardeche & I sat & read for a while on the deck at the front of the ship, had my massage, slid out of there across ...
... end. Well 4 1/4 tonnes does not work well on grass, so we did the filling and emptying thing - wearing waterproofs which aren't in rain that heavy, and moved on. Bagnols sur Ceze isn't the prettiest town I've ever visited, but it provided a good secure and level park for the night. Plenty of shops and the rain did eventually stop in the early evening. But it was a noisy aire. You don't want pictures of rain - do ...
... It is a tough life.
Monday we were up early and off to Avignon and Orange. Saw the Palais des papes and the pont d'Avignon (because I still remember the the nursery rhyme). Orange included the best preserved theatre in the ancient world, built in 1st century of BC.
Today the owner told us about a market in Vaison la Romaine so off we went. Massive and bought a few goodies. ...
... morning if you have any hope of getting one! First stop was a slide. We stripped off, (having put our cozzies on at home!), abandoned our bags and down we went. Even I enjoyed it as the water at the bottom was only about 6 inches deep! Oliver then asked me where his goggles were - he wears contacts, so quite important when swimming! He didn't pack them and neither did I. So guess what? Yep...I went home to get them! Exhausting, this swimming lark! Anyway, we had ...