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- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Sevigne Grignan
Travel Blogs from Grignan
... s camera had survived and not been smashed against any of the boulders which he had had the misfortune of hitting, but unfortunately we found out that not only had our ‘waterproof’ barrel containing our picnic got wet but so had our so called dry sac containing our other camera and our iPhone!! We carried on paddling and felt that we were finally making a bit of progress, but we had no idea what the time was as our phone was dead and were beginning to ...
... that then. Today we saw a sign again at the top of the gorge, so we headed there. We'd been a bit scathing about the Point Sublime moniker but when we arrived we had to eat gourmet French humble pie, the view was amazing, in fact it was sublime. We were now on top of the gorge looking down the shear cliffs into it and along it both ways. It was the kind of place where you get your camera out, look at your camera and think, I'm wasting my time here you can't capture this, it's just ...
... We played it when we got home and it is a fun game which I think we will end up playing a bit for the remainder of our trip.) We also saw a lady getting a foot fish massage where tiny little fish munch away at dead skin. Annabel was desperate to get one so we will have to look out for this when in Grasse perhaps After the market we headed to Avignon. We had a quick bite for lunch in the car (picked up bakery ...
A pretty long drive from Penne down to the southeast....and on THE busiest day of the year on French roads.....'le depart' when the whole country piles into the car, fully loaded with camping gear, kayaks and bikes on top and on the back, and plastic sand buckets and spades poking out of every window....M.Hulot on the move! Despite dire predictions of 'une journee noire sur la route' all went well apart from a few bouchons here and there, but much more fluid after we turned inland ...
... works of Matisse, Bonnard, Van Dongen, Berthe Morisot, Maillol, Picasso, and Camille Claudel are the highlights of this collection). It's always amazing to me what you will find in such small towns throughout France.
Late in the day, we finally arrived into the town of Châteauneuf-du-Pape. It's a very small town with shops lined along the roads promoting the wine from the various vine growers in the area. We visited some of ...