La Mirande Hotel
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I'm on the TGV to Avignon which is the fast train service and where the announcements are not bi-lingual! I can see from the carriage window that tagging is a problem here in France too. A few of you have expressed positive comments regarding what you perceive as my confidence in traveling alone and driving in a strange place. Thanks for the …
... huge cedars but most of it looks as if it’s been logged. Sure enough we get back to the main road in just 30 minutes – it was a logging road. We haven’t had near enough so we take the botanical trail rated easy but 4 km long. It’s pretty, has signage – in French of course but we are able to get the gist. The area is managed both for the very old cedars and for harvesting. Man has been here a long time so ...
... are also the Dentelles de Montmirail which are mountains with rock uplifts that have been scoured by the wind forming "teeth" on the tops of the mountains. We have lunch on a pass where we can see both but opt for eating in the car to keep warm. The winds are steady at 30 mph and gusting to 50.
Later we go to a Natural Park with hiking trails up the Dentelles. The wind is blocked by the mountain ...
... and a kitten that looked just like a pure bred Himalayan peeked between the marble pillars at us.
After the loss of our very elderly darling little cat 2 weeks before our trip my heart is torn worrying if any one cared about the delightful little creature, but i could not get close enough to even take a pic. However they looked fed and seemed healthy and I saw feeding bowls under trees so someone must be looking after them.
... magnificent crumbling ruins of the chateau, with medieval weapons, towers you can climb, and splendid views all around the countryside. Quite unexpected and in significant contrast to the crumbling chateau experience, was the much more modern light and sound show at the Carrieres de Lumieres. You enter into a chilly limestone quarry, where images of art are illuminated in time to music on each of the huge cave walls, ceiling and floor. The artist on display changes ...