Le Clair de la Plume
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... 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.
... hard and it definitely shows - the place is phenomenal! Laurence took us on a tour, they have over 100 hectares, and we were able to see some of the vineyards, some horses, and their legendary Madonna statue.
They prepared for us a very traditional Swiss mountain dish called raclette. It is a special kind of cheese that is heated up and melted down and eaten with potatoes, cured meats, and pickled veggies. Of course, it was paired with some ...
... as a performance venue during the nineteenth century, and has been in use ever since. Plays, poetry readings, operas, symphonies and rock music have found a home there: we saw archival film footage of a very young Elvis Costello (before his time in black-rimmed, geek chique glasses) and a skinny, long-haired Mark Knopfler, smirking behind his guitar, when they performed ...
... lavender tones and ruby wines.
Starting from Chateuneuf du Pape, we visited Gordes, Menerbes, Sault, Ramatuelle.
All villages full of history, tasteful architecture, incredible food, and quaint atmosphere.
Supertramping in a camper-van resulted to be the best way of traveling.
Having transport and accommodation all in one gifted us with enormous freedom.
... at Hotel Cassini) served in the alfresco dinning area. The weather was warm and the light lingers until about 10pm.
Tomorrow we take on our biggest challenge so far in the way of Mount Ventoux. The weather here is quite hot so we'll look to get away early and the other factor is the wind. The moon like landscape for the last 6kms of the climb is notorious for strong winds. Here's hoping tomorrow the winds do not ...