Le Manoir du Raveyron
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After a day driving through vines, producing the famous Cote du Rhone and stretching as far as the eye can see, we did little but drive with the temperature climbing to mid thirties. A welcome stop was a chocolate, nougat and ice cream maker in the middle of nowhere. Apart form the wonderful raspberry and a blood orange ice cream, the jellies, chocolates and range of soft nougats was as good as it gets.
... you will see them already I think. The day was hot , about 29*c. We walked over the Pont and back rethinking about those Roman times and what role we would have played back then!
This afternoon we drove to Chateau Neuf de Pape, an area of vines growing and more vines and more vines. We drove to the town and it was so awesome with under the ground Caves selling each vineyards wine. Of course we tried a few and bought a few. One being a Viognier which ...
From: kevin learmonth
Sent: Thursday, 4 June 2015 5:32 a.m.
... signed and looked after but subconciosuly I wanted to get out and walk .....
Went to a fantastic cave 'Grotte de Madeliene- mad to describe but lots of images sprang to mind from Prometheus to Alien as all the rock formations were truly organic, weird and had grown into human shapes and folds of crystals.
The Guide only had to show around five people including us and as we ...
... pavement was quite rough initially, then improved past the Grand Belvedere (there are 13 maintained lookouts on the route and I didn't stop at them all; certainly not the one where the tour bus was disgorging its passengers) before reverting to mostly rough chip-and-seal, which is typical of many French roads. The road is a constant series of low-speed climbs and corresponding high-speed descents, one ...
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