Hameau de Valouse
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... some local wine purchased from a supermarket in Montpellier.
Following a good night's sleep, we enjoyed a traditional French breakfast of fruit, yogurt, pastries and of course cafe (coffee). After being overpowered by Jessy, the overactive, but very cute resident Jack Russell, we headed off into the French countryside to visit wineries and the recommended town of Grignan.
Sad to say, ...
... rather more noticeable on the way back up! We then drove down the Ardeche gorge where the river had risen 7 metres overnight! The Pont d'Arc is a well known feature where the river has created a natural bridge which is very dramatic.
On our return we learnt that the damage to the boat has not been solved and we have to wait for engineers to hopefully solve the problem tomorrow but our trips carry on as planned - just a little more time in the coaches to get to the ...
... Now we are a bit inland again the forests are back but with more pine trees as well as the pencil pines. On our way here as I mentioned earlier we went through many toll stations. Part way here I remarked on the number of tourist buses on the road & Geoff replied that it must be because it is too dangerous to drive here. I just laughed but at our next stop to pay the toll Geoff said which way because it was huge. I just said straight ahead not really ...
Mark is able to climb Mt Ventoux a popular cycling climb known throughout the world in 1:45. Great Job Mark! I checked out the town, got maps and planned next ride. Mark and I go to Provençal market which was a delight to see and taste! We sampled and then promptly bought Nougat, cured meat, cheese, tapenade and wine. We've got dinner for tonight! Mark and I drive to Isle de la Surge to ...
... to a heartfelt French pop song.
3) Bread aroma wafting from les boulangeries/patisseries. There are two of them in Caromb to serve a population of 3000 people. This is a town that has its priorities straight.
4) Tomatoes, peaches, melons, and figs, hours from the vine.
5) Town fountains gurgling. We frequently see Carombians filling up their ...