Hotel La Table De Nicole
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... came around. In college I started slowly into the wine game by drinking sweet white wines, and then recently in the last few years, I finally started to appreciate red wine [BTW, I'm drinking a glass of red wine as I sit here blogging :)), Since our arrival in France, my wine drinking has increased substantially. Not in a dangerous way, but in a tasting the different regions way. We've learned that it's normal to drink rose (or whatever wine you like, really) with lunch, and then ...
... family and friends for over 7 months. My dear friend Julie Shelton and her husband Bill from Long Beach had been planning a trip to France to celebrate Julie’s retirement from ABC Unified. Somehow we persuaded them to join us for our last 3 days in Provence and 3 more days in Burgundy. We were confident that we could re-trace our steps to show them many sites in Provence in a short time.
... including ones by Elvis Costello in 1979 and Dire Straits in 1982 which would have been amazing. We returned to the barge, and cruised all afternoon to arrive at our destination Viviers, in the early evening. It was nice to have an afternoon with nothing to do. Lunch was again on the outside upper deck. It was a lovely pork filet on a bed of mash and white beans followed by a lovely fruit salad and of course more wonderful bread. A ...
... and closer!
We start the ride at Malaucene and ride towards Bedoin and climb over the Col de Madelaine (the little one). The marker at the start of the climb is at Bedoin and it starts gently enough at 4%. We climb through vineyards and then get into the pine forest where the road kicks up to 8 - 9%. It's a hot day and the trees offer some relief from the sun.
I'm feeling pretty comfortable along this climb. ...
... drive and stop where we liked. No search of hotels and no need to return to them after a day trip. We just moved along.
Both Fintan and I could see our future in a campervan.
However, wstopping at camper sites, though,we analyzed their clientele and recognised a constant pattern in the type of happy campers we encountered: 60+, adventurous and overweight.
Is that really what's in for us??
Other places to stay in Valaurie
Le Foulon, Valaurie | Hotelfrom $160