Domaine du Colombier
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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After a day driving through vines, producing the famous Cote du Rhone and stretching as far as the eye can see, we did little but drive with the temperature climbing to mid thirties. A welcome stop was a chocolate, nougat and ice cream maker in the middle of nowhere. Apart form the wonderful raspberry and a blood orange ice cream, the jellies, chocolates and range of soft nougats was as good as it gets.
... at the hotel and took off to follow the route. More quaintness and lovely scenery later, we entered the Gorge of the Meouge. This was another absolute treat as we wound our way along the narrow road through tortured layers of limestone. The blue water of the Meouge flows gently through the gorge over whitewashed rocks and boulders which form the occasional ...
... an even bigger room, then another hallway, it went on and on and on and we only went to one section! We saw the painting of David and Goliath, the Venus de Milo Sculpture and of course we fought through the crowd to take a couple pictures with the Mona Lisa. It's a lot smaller than I thought it was going to be, and looked just like the pictures on the Internet.. Haha. After being lost while trying to get out, we got on a metro to go to the ...
... half way to the site. Eventually, when we still hadn't reached it, myself and some others decided to go back and have a pool day which was really nice, although the water was pretty cold. On our second night we had the Contiki "P" Party down I their underground bar. It was a really fun night. I dressed up as a policeman. The part was with two other contiki groups and was pretty good fun, I did plenty of dancing. The next morning we departed really early for a long drive day to ...
... a 2 course lunch and people watching. Due to the lack of a children's menu (quite relieved actually, no chicken nuggets!), the children shared a platter of cold meats, bread, olives and cornichons.They loved it.
We then headed for a hillside village called Crestet and walked up very steep cobbled streets to the Chateau. At the top we were hot and thirsty. Luckily, there was a cafe with a ...