Hotel Restaurant la Cardinale
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... and I didn't see any locals so they must take their siesta seriously. This town is so unspoilt that you feel like you are on a movie set and is definitely a major highlight of the trip despite what Gunther thinks. We didn't see one car in the old town nor any evidence of where one would park, no bikes or obvious garbage bins, no advertising signage. Viviers became the seat if the bishopric in the 5th century and the Cathedral of Saint Vincent ...
... this is their 15 Anniversary they had paintings and drawings of other artists in the first room.
Some interesting things:
The baguette was first made during the Napoleon Campaign. Bread had always been made in round loaves. The soldiers needed to carry the bread in their pockets.
The towns have a beautification rating system Vive Fleure. . If the town is clean and has beauty flowers it can get a five flower ...
... and emerald-green wooded hillsides.
This morning you'll arrive in Viviers—the gateway to Provence—where you’ll enjoy a closer look at this charming town on an included walking tour. Then you'll have free time to explore on your own.
... who spend so much time really thinking and questioning and introspecting has not only validated my desire to do this, it has also given me hope that I will find someone else out there like me to maybe spend my life with.
It was fascinating to see how Nina and Martin are parenting Léon, in not only his nutrition, also his education and just the way they are allowing him to discover the world. It ...
... made it spectacular, it was the setting, the generosity with which I was fed, the enjoyment of being able to eat the food at my pace (it was a two hour breakfast), the stimulating and intellectual conversation that followed; it was holistically complete and perfect.
Saturday afternoon Martin took me for a drive to see Vallon and the Pont d’Arc. This is all a part of what is affectionately known as ...