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Lazy day up about 10 done lots of chores went for a walk after lunch and bought a bag of Moules they are just cooking of course I had to open the wine to cook them so sipping a small glass. Trying out the oven today got some chicken cooking slowly for later. Pictures as promised ...
... through tiny winemaking villages, before arriving at the most picturesque hilltop village Gigondas. Bully arrived yesterday and we are camping in his loft room for tonight. It is in the hotel l'Oustalet, 3 rooms only and behind the restaurant where we will dine tonight. He has a family room on the top floor which entails climbing 3 sets of circular narrow staircases, then a 12.step ladder (yep) to our loft. It is modern and gorgeous looking out to the ancient stone ...
... the boss, Julian Rex as we arrive and he is very welcoming and friendly to us, we take few bags in get a cup of tea and chill out for a bit in our rooms as this our first afternoon where we did get a chance to chill out. At 6.30 we eat off not town with some trip advisors contacts lined up and also the trusty guide book that Richard has, we first try the Escargot, buts it quite pricey and no kids menu, we then find ...
Sunday, hair washing day, that is Kathleen occupied for the morning. I spend the time packing, the site closes Tuesday, and we plan to leave tomorrow.
A gentle cycle ride into La Flotte for Sunday Lunch, at a habourside restaurant.
We arrive to find the market is ...
... As usual in your average French market, there are excellent food stalls, and we are able to buy our picnic lunch of ham quiche plus a ham and cheese sandwich.
Suitably fed, we decide to continue or quest to find Sainte Marie de Re.