Hotel Le Louvre
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... 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 ...
... rather more noticeable on the way back up! We then drove down the Ardeche gorge where the river had risen 7 metres overnight! The Pont d'Arc is a well known feature where the river has created a natural bridge which is very dramatic.
On our return we learnt that the damage to the boat has not been solved and we have to wait for engineers to hopefully solve the problem tomorrow but our trips carry on as planned - just a little more time in the coaches to get to the ...
We remained in Tournan for the morning and toured the local castle which again is mainly 15th century. Usual situation built by the local Duc to tax passers by on the Rhone and local landowners etc with the church becoming involved when his line finished.
A detailed wine tasting followed so Sunday morning 11.00 hrs maybe a little early for some of us to be back on the alcohol!
... and realised we could have done this until wee were full! We bought two yummy chevre, a beef heart tomato, bread and fruit which added to our never ending salami selection for another delicious lunch.
We toured more stunning old towns as we wove our way through the rolling countryside of drier mountain parks and fields of vines, lavender and grain crops. A highlight was the Musee Extraordinaire that we had planned to visit in ...
Yesterday I tried researching some of today's climbs and had been puzzled by the fact that I had found descriptions of the climb to the Col du Foureyssasse from one side only; today it all made sense: the route we took was so gentle as to not be worth talking about, but once on the other side it was a dizzying descent (OK, with a few uphill sections to reach some of the villages perches) , to ...