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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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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 ...
... but found the steep narrow wet steps a bit daunting. Dave has been riding a bit as well. Kids had great fun just exploring and throwing rocks into the river in the valley. Quaint old steam train here too. Thoroughly enjoyed our stay here and have had awesome weather. One day of thunderstorms but then the next day 32 and then 36 degrees!! ...
... 8217; from me and a sigh of relief from Paul but the next set was a bit more tricky. When we arrived another canoe had got themselves wedged between two big boulders and we had nowhere to go except straight into them. We ended up at a 45 degree angle against one of the boulders and the other canoeist who kindly tried to ‘right’ us tipped us straight out. The canoe tipped upside down and my head was wedged between the two canoes as we all headed down ...
... a vast tourist trap of which they charge you 18€ to go onto the viaduct. When we cycled over it by chance all those years ago it cost nothing, that's just the way the road went. We stayed reading Roman Graffiti for as long as we liked and cycled over into a little village, had a coffee and moved on. I don't want to see it now. I shall remember it instead. Day 3. We smarten up and head for the station. Train a Vapeur des Cevennes from ...
Our first week in the South of France, was in the Languedoc Rousillon area of Provence, in the small town of Uzès.
We had hired an apartment where we self catered - which means that early each morning Peter went down the road to the nearest Boulanger to get fresh bread and croissants for breakfast!
We loved wandering around the old town, where cars were not allowed, only pedestrians, ...