La Vieille Fontaine

Address: Cornillon, Languedoc-Roussillon, 30630, France | Hotel
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    La Tournee de Vin -Provence

    A travel blog entry by gigicoulton on Sep 11, 2015

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    ... first is owned by a GP who named his vineyard after what he has become after owning it. Pourra =poorer. Winemakers joke. It was a truly fascinating commentary and we all learnt so much. We were blown away. Lunch was at a vineyard/restaurant/auberge Les Florets. It was a wine matching lunch with four courses in the most beautiful outdoor setting. Wait staff in suits. Met the owners. Amuse de bouche- melon velouté with smoked duck slice, served with a Vacqueyras ...

    Lyon to Orange to Bedoin and the CLIMB

    A travel blog entry by lijebaley on Aug 30, 2015

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    ... who started this trip.

    [Let me tell you something I learned in Orange that tied into our earlier cruise. The ancestors of the Dutch king were from Orange. His family adopted orange as their colors. Thus, William of Orange, eventual king of England, victor at the Battle of the Boyne, who bestowed orange as the colors the Protestants would flaunt as they paraded their centuries old victory over the Catholics during “The ...

    Vineyards & Villages

    A travel blog entry by bmerklein on Jun 29, 2014

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    ... affordable lunch in provence of the quiche and salad which we then see at all the restaurants. Now we get our bikes as shop closes and go on evening ride through vineyards and villages. There is a rainbow and we are in a Provence at the base of Mt Ventoux! It is almost unimaginable but here we are! The ride takes us to each village and on a little whirl down and up its narrow streets past plazas and fountains until we are back on the vineyard lined country ...

    Roman around

    A travel blog entry by pyoung on Aug 28, 2013

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    ... we discovered Le Theatre Antique, a 10000-seat Roman amphitheatre, the only one in Europe with its acoustic wall intact. Built in the first century A.D., the performances staged there were intended to "Romanize" the population, and so were free of charge to every social class - nobles and craftsmen, slaves and criminals. The original statue of Caesar Augustus continues ...

    Mont Ventoux

    A travel blog entry by megs-anoop on Sep 18, 2012

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    ... steep cobblestone streets on the north side of the river up to the ruins of the old fortified castle, perched on top of a hill. There were great views from the top and after a few photos, we made our way back down. On our way back down, we spotted an awesome mailbox that we would’ve liked to bring back home.

    Once in the old town, there were lots of neat little shops selling local products and of course the usual souvenir shops. One shop that stood out ...