Hotel Terminus du Forez
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- Minibar in room
- Smoking rooms available
- High-speed internet in room
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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 ...
During the night, we had heavy rain, with intervals of torrential rain. All in all quite a night, we had an early start today and were gone by 9am.
The " which road to take decision " was easy today and as we had already decided that Dijon in the rain was not a good idea, we would press on towards Lyon and took the E15 toll road. To say the road was wet, would have been an under statement and the spray was horrendous. The inside lane was full of lorries ...
... Palace. Amazing pedestrian section and lots of boutique and tourists shops where we spent a couple of hours. Day 30: The seafood buffet (rather than a-la-carte) last night was as good as expected. Lobster Ragoulie, grilled King prawns, Oysters, scallops, whole cooked Salmon, smoked Salmon, grilled fish, and lots of other bits and pieces. Sadly the controlled portions of the a-la-carte dining was missing...but what ...
... 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 ...
... park region. The afternoon activity was a heritage train ride up part of the Ardache gorge in 19th Century carriages...real bone rattlers! Anyway some nice photos, back for a walking tour of the old town. Unfortunately the rain started, slowly at first but by the time we were due at the castle for pre-dinner horsdouvres it was very heavy. Undaunted we made our way onto the terrace for some juice and eats in the protection of the marquees as it poured down. Some more ...