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life on the river, with the mountains in the background, very picturesque. We really enjoyed this area. Lovely little villages with medieval abbeys, churches, and old traditional style markets. Kids enjoyed the playground and pool at the campsite, but also the river, ...
... area and found the Region Du Varcors. We drive in torrential rain initially then it eases and we watch the mountains slowly peek out from the clouds. We follow La Drome River. Bloated and angry as it tumbles down the valley. A dramatic site. Varcors. An area of green valleys and smaller mountains. The striking thing here is that almost every open space or plateau is cultivated. But unusually with Walnut trees, grains and ...
... at the hotel and took off to follow the route. More quaintness and lovely scenery later, we entered the Gorge of the Meouge. This was another absolute treat as we wound our way along the narrow road through tortured layers of limestone. The blue water of the Meouge flows gently through the gorge over whitewashed rocks and boulders which form the occasional ...
... Where I put a lock on for James, (you're stuck with me forever now James!>:) ). Then we walked along the streets and went into the stores before getting back on the metro to pick up our bags from the hotel and then back on it again to get to the train station. Once we got to the station we were told we had to be two hours ahead of timing for booking a spot. We were an hour and half ahead... Ugh! So we decided we'd just book a ticket for 7am ...
Today we travelled to the beautiful wine region of France where we would get to stay at a Contiki owned Chateau for two nights. It was a long drive but at least once we got there we were able to participate in a free wine tasting. I bought a couple of bottles to take home as this specific region of France is renowned for its wine. The Chateau itself was really nice on the outside and very similar to a hostel on the inside. Rooms were quad share and very small. There was also limited ...