Hameau de Valouse
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... traffic in the cabin corridors with an emotional scene as if we don't usually live in the same country a few hours apart. It was exciting just to have made it all work though, and be together in France. I love them so much. The tour and town of Viviers was awesome. The guide shared interesting facts and relevant pieces of history-I was so proud of myself for recognizing the Bouvier name on the cathedral walls before she brought it up! I'll let the pictures tell the ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...
... see Mont Ventoux in the distance - we had a little giggle, while Oliver had a little tear at the thought! (Especially when he had a closer look through the binoculars!)
Helena took some lovely photos with her new camera, we had a cold drink in a cafe and a wander up to the old church.
Once home, we were so hungry! Bread, cheese and pate. Yum!
Then an afternoon in the pool. It's 26 degrees in the water according to ...
... gatekeeper reappears, not with an Air Canada cart, but with boarding passes for the 4:30 flight. "That's the best I can do. You'll need to go get your meal vouchers at the Air Canada desk yourselves."
We spend the next 8 hours eating mediocre airport food, dozing in 15 minute spurts, and spelling each other off from baggage care to wander the overpriced shops. Too tired to read, we stare out at the grey Frankfurt skies ...