Hostellerie du Val de Sault
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This entry by Tom.
After two days of wet riding, today could hardy have gone any better.
A much better than average breakfast after a good night's sleep in a much more comfortable than average bed at what is now mon hotel à Gap, we loaded the van and mustered the troops.
With four of us interested in the longer route …
... the gorge towards our next destination, Banon, home of an amazing goats cheese only produced there! Cruising through the alps it was a lovely 21-22 degrees as we passed Greolieres and then across the plateau near Thorenc. Not far down the road we turned right onto a slightly more main road and almost missed the little shop selling local produce - there are plenty of them around, but this one stood out! Upon closer inspection, there were about 10 cheeses, 5 from the immediate ...
... her". Where do we think these kids learn it from? Comments and jokes made by the adults in their lives. This little nine year old girl was able to look through all of that ******** that everyone has said to her through all these years, and still genuinely care about how someone is on the inside. I wish I was more like Magdalena, and I wish more people were... Because that little rebellious girl is one of a kind, and anyone would be lucky to have her as their ...
... just not get enough of this place and it seemed the place couldn’t get enough of us with its orange dust sticking to our shoes and clothes! The best way it seemed was to take off our shoes and enjoy the cool soft sand and worry about whether our feet were going to remain a shade of orange for the rest of our lives later on!
Once we had gawped our last gawp, we went into the red town to enjoy a cool drink and ...
... followed by some sampling of the local product.
Next was a visit to Domain de la Janasse, which is one of the finest labels in the area, and is so hidden on a small side street that we almost didn’t find it. The wines are excellent, and we really enjoyed the 2011 Chaupin, and the 2011 Vielle Vignes.
Our next visit to a wonderful old chateau, built in 1782 and recently restored, and home to Chateau de la Gardine. We especially enjoyed their 2001 Cru, ...