Le Clos des Bruyeres
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- Hot tub
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Swimming pool
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... the wineries that I used to insure there. On the way home with took a back road along some fantastic scenery, with the roads lined with large Plein trees which look like sycamores. We decided to indulge and headed to Chateau de Neuf du-Pape. This is a famous wine area, that I am sure you have experience through some bottle down the road. MA found a wonderful restaurant in the middle of town with with view and ...
... made our own) then set off for Uzes, a very old village on the way to the mountains. Unfortunately there was nowhere to park up, but were able to drive through and perhaps we might go back as it looked a very pretty and lively village. We then headed off for Forac in the mountains, but stopped off at a garden centre on the way. No, not for window boxes, but for a watering can. Phil wants one ...
... Moving well north from Orange on some rolling country roads, a few of us had a good laugh on a descent. Dave, Linda, me and Werner were ahead of the rest when Werner thought he heard a car and called out "car back!"...except it wasn't a car, it was Peter rumbling downhill and catching up. Hilarious.
I thought that the road from Bollène to Pont-Saint-Esprit would not be a lot of fun to cycle on account of potential ...
... Script: dinner tonight was a buffet, but not quite like chez nous. We knew we were only allowed a single trip up for each course (we had tickets to submit), but whereas we could load our own plates as much as we wanted for the entree (appetizer) and the servers seemed willing to pile things up for our plats garnis, apparently we were supposed to limit helping ourselves to only a single dessert. Oopsie!
... relief, we canned the kayaking and went to see an amazing cave in the area , followed with a drive along the gorge with amazing views of the river we would have kayaked down. I confess to feeling somewhat wimpy at not leaping into the kayaking with more vigor but I think Harry's story of whitewater rafting and getting stuck / sucked under a swirling rapid has probably put me ...