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... I was on Thomas the train with its whistle blowing and steam floating in the air.
The afternoon was spent cruising on the Rhone to Viviers. The ship provided great food and entertainment. We had a live demonstration on making a chocolate soufflé and there was also a nautical talk with a question and answer time for the staff. The afternoons weather was sunny and warm so a ...
... on the river Rhone and we had a lovely walk in the SUN SHINE as the photos will prove.
We found a nice camp site 5 mins out of town and have just come back from a walk around the village and a glass of red, so we could use the Internet. Tomorrow we plan to carry onto Avignon, find a nice camp site and settle down for 4/5 days and hope we have seen the last of the rain.
It will be great to actually see something other than the backs of ...
... top level to the banquet hall. Interestingly 7 French Popes lived here for over 70 years after Rome was deemed unsafe in the 13th Century. It returned to Rome but not before some division between Rome and France causing a schism for a some years. The 3 course meal was superb, with super tender Veal the standout. The ambience of the high ceilings and cleverly back lit stone walls, plus magnificent music from a ...
... before we were back on the bus and back to the ship for lunch. We were greeted with the good news that the ship had been repaired and we promptly set off for our next stop. So we are enjoying a relaxing afternoon, sailing the Rhone, listening to a presentation of everything Provence and soon will be having a tour of the Chefs galley. Tonight we have a gala dinner in the Banquet Hall of the Palace of the Pope in Avignon complete with a classical string ...
... 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 ...