- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Breakfast Available
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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Apparently we had 12 inches of rain overnight and the river has totally changed colour to a rather muddy hue! There is a fault with one of the bow thrusters and divers have to be brought up from Marseilles to deal with what is thought to be a snagged prop. Anyway we are off on our tour of Viviers which is another small medieval town of 4000 in the Ardeche region. It is also the smallest French town to have a cathedral and the new bishop was installed on Saturday. We walked around ...
Heavy overnight rain bringing a smile to the few wineries that have still to complete their harvest. The hot July and August sun and no rain has made the harvest very small but it is expected the quality will be superb because all the taste will be concentrated (Interesting every five years seems to bring the great vintages) The area we are in only allows Syrah grapes for red wine whilst Marsanne and Roussan are grown ...
... s around 4.30 we decide to pull off at what we think is a small town Bourg Saint Andeole but it turns out to be a really busy place but we find a room at a Logis hotel and although the room is small for €49 it's fine. A couple of beers at the bar next door in the sunshine and then the usual washing everything, so tired we decide to,eat in the hotel which was actually very good. Had a few too many glasses of wine to celebrate Peters birthday so slept ...
We started with a walking tour of Viviers, a village of about 5000 people. Narrow streets, old buildings, the church dating back to the 14(?) century. The walk spiralled up to the cathedral, which is the smallest one in France. Here, we were treated to an organ recital in the cathedral-what beautiful acoustics!
in the afternoon, we had a quick French cooking class - crepe ...
... to the citizens of Nīmes for five centuries. I’ll give you the stats, but even to an engineer, numbers really can’t do this colossal structure justice. Built in classical times, the soaring arches of the Pont du Gard span 360 meters long and 50 meters high with 3 levels.
After the whirlwind tour of the Pont du Gard we drove to the Domaine de Gressac, where my cousin Laurence lives with her family. Laurence is Jack and ...