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... before a long time before Grenoble.
THEN a spell of “Red Roads” (at least they are red on our map) which was again, exciting driving (you know when you get in a flow and even the hairpins seem to be able to be taken at speed, smoothly, well that was the way it felt)
The pictures say it all, especially the lunchtime stop.
We both agreed that whilst The Lakes are nice, scenery today was better (although not as much water) BUT it didn't rain!
... of canola. Exactly what I was looking for! And the sun broke through the clouds at just the right time. It feels nice to photograph something new and unseen before, although it kinda does have a standard feel to it, I wonder if bright blue skies would have made it better or worse... After this I was happy and it was jen's turn... A few wineries or caves could be found, and after stopping in what we thought was one but probably more like someone's house, we had a tasting at one that ...
... the main shoots are thinned so as to produce a better quality of wine and help reduce mildew and disease. This is back breaking work, especially for the white vines, you are continually bent over and the vines are very low to the ground. The reds are slightly easier as you sit on a 3 legged milking stool and slowly edge your way along to the end of each row. During the week Mark invited us over to his house for dinner and to save moving Daisy he offered to let ...
... loves her food, mais après une nuit drinking gallons of water, mon dieu, this delicacy can remain local.
Van Gogh - Saint-Paul Asylum, Saint-Rémy
I did say that the blog is not about sightseeing but Madame says that you can't be in St Remy without visiting the asylum where Van Gogh spent some of the last year of his life between May 1889 – May 1890.
Camping Las Bastide St Remy
We say good bye to the patron ...
... time of the French revolution. All the monasteries were closed during the Revolution. The Abbey never regained its prominence and the huge cathedral that had been built during its heyday was torn down and the blocks used for constructing local buildings.
After walking around Cluny, we went to lunch out in the country. It was very interesting as only lunch in France can be. Apparently it is a law in these ...