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- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Grignan
... Papes, though only by the skin of our teeth! The next uncouth people to arrive without a rezervazion were sent on their way ... somehow we must have looked acceptable. The wine was so drinkable, that the bottle was finished before dessert almost without our noticing. And the waiters thawed when Philip asked for his steak to be bleu ... they smiled and told him that was the French way :)
The last stop after scrambling up scores of steps to see the top ...
... back in our hotel around 4. I want to walk up the hilltop to the castle remains. After a fortifying beer the lads decide to join me. Bully did this walk yesterday and has some extra places to show us. The walk up is steep and heart stopping. Feels almost vertical. But the views of the surrounds are amazing as we watch the sun settle over Provence. This village is so tre belle. Dinner is at l'Oustelat. A recent magazine article Bully found, said this was one of top 6 places ...
... and passed Connie who was parked off to the right with a couple of other cars. She had her window open and I yelled out to her to ask where the summit was, but she didn't know...we couldn't see anything. Later she said it was the first time she'd ever been scared of the wind in a car. About 20 feet later I saw the building at the top. Turns out she was parked within 30 feet of the summit the whole time but didn't know it. We went into the small shop in ...
... on and we saw some stunning scenery. At one stop we tried a recommended drink that was dry white wine and chestnut liqueur called castagnou (L'Apertif de L'Ardeche). It was okay. When we got back on the boat we had a shower then a drink in the bar before dinner. After dinner we went up on the sun deck for the night tour of Avignon. We went under another couple of low bridges where we all had to sit down, they are fun. ...
... Avignon, the famous bridge that now half way spans the Rhone River. This bridge was built in the 12th century and considering how fast the Rhone flows, it's amazing it has stood all this time.
After plenty of walking, climbing stairs, standing in line for various things, we were ready for an early dinner and then to the sanctuary of Domain de Rhodes. Mike had researched some restaurants on Trip Advisor before we set off today and he thought ...