Hotel de Digoine
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... elderly French man was wearing Peter's cap. Peter (with limited French): "Monsieur, you have my hat". Elderly Frenchman (with no English), handed over Peter's cap but not before showing Peter that he had altered the size and Peter would need to change it back. I laughed so much and it still makes me smile. Elderly Frenchman probably thought it was his lucky day, only to lose his find!
We travelled to ...
... hard and it definitely shows - the place is phenomenal! Laurence took us on a tour, they have over 100 hectares, and we were able to see some of the vineyards, some horses, and their legendary Madonna statue.
They prepared for us a very traditional Swiss mountain dish called raclette. It is a special kind of cheese that is heated up and melted down and eaten with potatoes, cured meats, and pickled veggies. Of course, it was paired with some ...
... meters? It's all so clever and calculating, really impressive! We are stopped now in Avignon for 2 nights. JP led us on a walk to the Palais du Pope (pope palace, geez louise, this catholic money and land grab gets a bit tiresome!) but we rebels had a happy hour on the steps of the pope square, we carried in wine bottles, cork screw, glasses, olive bread, sausages, baguette and chestnut ...
Got up at a reasonable hour and Barry and I went off to the outdoor laundromat. Steve arrived just as our wash was finishing so we put all the reel into a humongous dryer. And we're heading back to the hotel by 10am. We then decided to head into the city to see the Roman amphitheatre which dates from 55 BC. We did a tour, and I am afraid my pictures do not do ...
... I have to do is figure out who this Tom character is and where he lives and his availability to travel with us ... And it would also be most convenient if he were multilingual! Provence is probably the most recognised part of France so I won't pretend to be a wannabe tour guide. However, less well known is the northwest corner of France where we find ourselves at the moment -- and no, we are not here because we got lost and could ...