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... br> Then on to Cognac - and yes, this IS where the famous double-distilled drink is made. We found another France Passion site, (more about that in a minute) then left one of the motorhomes there and trundled into town, where we did a tour of the Hennessy cognac house. This included a boat trip across the river, as part of the tour takes place in the cellars where the barrels of cognac are stored. 2% of the cognac ...
... English, but she was lovely, speaking and playing with little Mia, to which Mia responded with glee and was incredibly cute. Thursday Another lazy breakfast followed by a trip into Royan, wanting to visit the market that is on most days of the week. Royan is the main port town, so very busy and very much geared to the tourist trade. With it's sweeping beachfront and many, many shops I am glad we are not here in high season. It is definitely upmarket, and I can imagine ...
... exclusive and consequently expensive wines in the world. I was quite underwhelmed by them! We did find some magnificent chateaux though so I was a happy lad. Unfortunately we didn't get to do any tasting here as you have to book in advance and pay quite a bit to taste wines that are far from being top shelf; in my humble opinion. The wines have been nice so far. Very similar to our with most being blends; Medoc are primarily Merlot and cab ...
We traveled down the Garonne River and Gironde Estuary and docked at the pretty town of Paulliac, gateway to the storied 'Medoc' wine route and the prestigious 'chateaux road'. Paulliac is located on the 45th parallel an ideal location for the abundance of vineyards located near the river.
There are 60 wine districts in Bordeaux spread over 250,000 acres and 8,000 wine growers which produce 6-8 million bottles of wine per year. 85% of the wine is ...
We had almost 50 miles to cover on Sunday, so we left early once again as the sun was gathering its strength for another hot, sunny, cloudless day.
This time there was no wind whatsoever, so the motor stayed on all day. We did get the sails out, but all the wind we were seeing was apparent, i.e. generated by our own movement.
The good thing about travelling with no wind at all, though, is that the sea is totally ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking