Hostellerie du Chateau
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... for our cruise.
During dinner our boat arrived at our destination of Viviers. After dinner we took a guided evening walk through this charming town dating back to the Middle Ages. There are still many people living in this historical town with cobblestone roads, narrow and curved alleys, and many examples of Renaissance architecture. This town definitely brought you back in ...
... are a huge disappointment. The only one we managed to find was Ok, but falling a long way short of what I had imagined. Apparently you need to make appointments to visit most wineries in France. On the other hand Grignan was a charming medieval village with authentic local artwork and artifacts. We are now the proud owners of an original framed drawing from a local artist.
Our stay at Truinas ...
... overtake each other at 4/5 mph difference in speeds and it was like following a curtain of water.
However, the other drivers were not so friendly as yesterday and none of them waved or blew their horns at us, ah well.
After 186 km and €22.60 later ( a bargain really) we thought what the heck towns will be there next year and due to the rain would miss out Lyon as well and see how far we could get and the answer was Filines. A ...
... the ship stays on the ship. Needless to say we had a late morning, forgoing the excursions, and with a number of others decided to stay on the ship this morning. It is raining as well so catching up with ourselves and organising a few things ready for our Sat departure to the airport and the beginning of our journey home via Singapore. Tomorrow we plan to visit St Remy and the place where Van Gogh spent some of his time ...
... river cruising. Well, the nana nap went ok but the ship is still moored having its propellers attended to. Day 28: A stunning sunrise this morning still moored at Viviers while the Scenic technician from Amsterdam, who flew in last night works on fixing our boat today. Our excursion this morning was not affected other than a one hour bus trip to the little wine growing town of Chateneaux-de-Pape rather than a short drive from our intended port. This is ...