Hotel du Midi
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... for our cruise.
During dinner our boat arrived at our destination of Viviers. After dinner we took a guided evening walk through this charming town dating back to the Middle Ages. There are still many people living in this historical town with cobblestone roads, narrow and curved alleys, and many examples of Renaissance architecture. This town definitely brought you back in ...
During the night, we had heavy rain, with intervals of torrential rain. All in all quite a night, we had an early start today and were gone by 9am.
The " which road to take decision " was easy today and as we had already decided that Dijon in the rain was not a good idea, we would press on towards Lyon and took the E15 toll road. To say the road was wet, would have been an under statement and the spray was horrendous. The inside lane was full of lorries ...
... Roman built water viaduct. An amazing piece of engineering, which brought water some 50 kms over a fall in height of only 17mtrs. Talk about precision and a marvel of construction. Most of the water passed underground except for the few hundred meters of the 3 level stone arched viaduct. We briefly had a tour of the magnificent museum learning about the construction and roman need and use of water, before walking down ...
... disruption. We had a walking tour of this very old small town through narrow alleys making our way up to the ramparts of the 4th Century cathedral of the Bishop. Rebuilt in 12th Century and extended in the 18th Century where we had an organ recital. The view across the rooftops below and towards the Swiss Alps was exceptional, especially as the sun had finally arrived. The afternoon offered more excursions, but we decided to catch up on some sleep as we ...
... walked up from the ship but by then we were ready to leave so we walked back to the ship getting thoroughly soaked from the waist down in the process. Seems the dining room is getting noisier every night so we retreated to our room for a good sleep. Day 26: Tournon was very grey and showing the results of the previous nights heavy downpour as we awoke this morning. Our first activity today was a walk to the Valrhona Chocolate School to learn how to discern chocolate ...