Domaine du Golf Saint Clair
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- Microwave in room
- Swimming pool
- Refrigerator in room
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... you can have a face cream made from snail slime. Then onto the Ogier distillery. Pear is the local fruit and one of their products is a bottle of pear liqueur with a whole pear in it. No tasting here! And the weather looked ominously thundery, so we didn't go on the train ride round the orchards. Sunday was drizzly, but we visited four farms. First was a pig farm. Pigs wallowing in mud! They had ...
... for the qualifying of the Bahrain GP. However, we had had a great drive up the mountains and were gifted with the most amazing sight of clouds blowing in and out of the valley. We were at cloud height of just over 3000 feet. The next morning we moved on to Boulieu les Annonay. Lovely hill village with a wonderful view. From the camping car carpark. The bells rand every half hour from 7 to 10 at night - twice every hour! But wonderful sunny weather meant we could ...
... Lyon, this is a universal problem in any city. Between Vienne and Lyon we passed through a 10 km stretch of a heavy industrial area known as the Corridor of Chemicals. We passed through Macon which is the border between northern and southern France. Beaune is the wine capital of Burgundy in the Côte d'Or departement in eastern France. With only 22,000 people, it is one of the key wine centres in France and the annual wine auction, held ...
... br> The town and its twin city (across the river) Tain l’Hermitage are the gateway to the Ardeche region.
Overlooking the town is a feudal castle built into the rock. Today is used for the town’s museum. There are great views from here. The recently renovated castle’s chapel has a 16tth century triptych painted by Jean Capassin (which we didn’t see.)
There is a statue of Marc Segual. He invented ...
... Lyon France, was a good experience and I was able to learn a great amount. For the most part all of the restaurants gave the same bread as an appetizer and or starter. The food was good and had a similar taste throughout all the places. Personally I felt difficulties in language barriers in Lyon. This created some obstacles for nightlife, leisure time, ordering food and continuing everyday life. Experiencing the French Culture taught me a lot for example the ...