Hôtel Restaurant Le Sauvage
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... a blessing to get back on the motorway with our tag pinging whilst others fought with tickets and loose change.
After 7 hours of hard driving (remember the wasted initial hour!) we arrived at Domaine De Louvarel near Champagnat (another ACSI winner)
I keep saying that each site we get to is better than the last and that seems to have been the way of it for some time. The early sites were hardly opening up with few facilities up and running apart from the basics. The Cote ...
We headed through the French countryside, opting for the country roads as the tollways were going to cost 90 euros which we thought could buy 2 dinners in exchange for 2 hours of extra driving (which secretly pleased me because I'd seen some nice fields to photograph). After a supermache provided lunch (supermarkets are the best in France and cheap too) and a few detours down even more country country roads, jen had had enough, until we found one tree, amongst the wheat and an ...
Things were beginning to get very exciting…….we were heading back to that area where we used to live. In 2004 we bought a house in the Burgundy area of France which we renovated and lived in for just over 2 years. We worked in the vineyards for about 9 months of the year and really enjoyed our french lifestyle.
First stop on our trip down memory lane was the town of Chalon. We stayed at a great little site on the edge of the ...
... propriétaire. Whilst booking in a phone rang, without a word, and with what I thought was a glint in his eye, Le Patron handed it to Madame - "Pour vous, Madame" I could see Madame's brow tighten - "How could anyone know that I'm here?!!". At the other end of the line in english "Can I book a place for three nights we're Danish and coming from Avignon". The crafty old bugger!! Madame with great relief and some amusement, obligingly translated.
The town ...
TOURNOS , MAY 29
Today the riverboat is in Tournos which is the gateway to the south of France. We are going to take a driving tour to Cluny. On the way we saw many small villages in the hills and the beginnings of the c******nay vineyards. We stopped at Chapaize and walked thru the town and saw the small medieval church. The flowers are beautiful, especially the roses.
We then went to the goat farm. ...