Hotel Restaurant la Cardinale
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There were two choices today for tours. John visited the Hermitage wine vineyards. A 300 acre vineyard high on the hill with terraced walls of vines. They produce 70% red from the black Syrah grape & 30% white from Marsanne & Rousanne white grapes. They tasted aged limited productions as the wines produced here are not to be savored for at least five years. Their red wines can last up to 40 years. I on ...
... it up. Then suddenly see a sign VR, thank goodness off onto the smooth path again with no traffic - or other cyclists come to that. Hope to get to Orange today for Peters birthday but I'm not sure we can do it as it's around 100kms on TomTom but on the Via Rhona it will be much more. We have to cross over the Rhone back and forth but then get to Rochemaure where way off on the hillside you can see some really old ruins of a chateau and then we have ...
... old town & had seen a restaurant called Chez Grande Mere recommended on TripAdvisor but have real trouble finding it but when we finally do my 7hr slow cooked lamb was delicious as they had said but Peter wasn't so happy with his chicken - and yes it did taste stale. A real roundabout route via TomTom back to the hotel , not a great nights sleep with the traffic noise plus eating too much food too ...
... and some expensive toll fees to pay too. When we arrived we had a lovely warm welcome from Her family, mum, younger sister with her boyfriend and Chloe with her best friend. Chloe made a lovely dinner and we had a lovely dinner, catching up and sharing stories and language ...
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 ...