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Travel Blogs from Nyons
... from the gargoyle mouths. Last night on our way to buy dinner groceries, a boy on his bicycle stopped by for a quick slurp before pedalling away.
6) Doing nothing but looking and chatting. Two men sit on a bench at the town roundabout, watching other people's busyness. In the evening, seniors gather on front steps, and kitchen chairs, and large stones to solve the town's problems.
7) Sunshine, ...
... garlicked mayonnaise, and becomes the featured dip for the chef's choice of accompaniments. My plate arrives with tiny roasted potatoes, eggplant, tomatoes, zucchini, carrots, hard-boiled egg halves, prawns, and swordfish. Accompanied by a glass of sangria, it is the best lunch I've had since we arrived.
By the time we get back to the Peugeot, the temperature has climbed to 30 degrees, and ...
... marvelled in spectacular views of the Rhone Valley, and heard stories that indicated the Popes who resided in the chateau were not only interested in wine as a sacramental beverage.
A few miles up the road, Mike pulled over and invited us to tramp with him into a rocky vineyard. Apparently, vines only thrive in the least fertile soil, so the presence of rocks and sand are a necessity for their ...
... lady and her partner moved out of the painting across the wall. Very Harry Potter!!! The walls, floor and ceiling were all showing series of pictures and the experience was stunning!
Back to Arles and a tour of the old city which is known for the Roman ruins and Vincent!
Our final night on the cruise was spent in Arles before we transferred by coach to Barcelona and the end of the trip with Maria, Mark and Gary.
... always comforting. We wound between hills in and out of tiny villages where none of the signposts mentioned a name we recognised. The 3 hours had stretched to 4 by the time we finally saw a sign for Lac des Sapins.
The road to the campsite was narrow and lined with parked cars, the entrance to the camping
ground itself blocked by drivers apparently waiting for a barrier to open. We have no idea why as that road led ...
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed