Le Moulin De Valaurie
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Beverage Selection
- Free parking
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... for lunch until we had passed ‘the cathedral’ as this was the half way mark. We strapped our barrel into our canoe along with a ‘dry sac’ which was easily accessible with our camera and phone etc. Paul had attached his waterproof go pro camera onto his lifejacket so that he could take a few pics as we paddled along…….it sounded so idyllic…..
We set off at a good pace and enjoyed the scenery along the way. It was ...
... then went back to the B&B, had a swim in the cloche and then set off out for the day. First stop Chateauneuf du Pape the small town world famous for its wine. We had a wander around the wine shops, tried and bought some expensive wine, then went and sat on a restaurant terrace and had an even more expensive glass of Chateauneuf du Pape, it may have been expensive but after a good week of near abstinence it was damn lovely. Next stop the Pont du Gard, the massive Roman aqueduct, ...
... reminiscent of the Okanagan. Relaxing by the pool we watch the family, who run this gite, leave with 2 dogs in the lead two daughters, mother and father with a rifle over his shoulder to hunt rabbit or grouse (just like in the book We are going on a bear hunt.) We have reserved a table at Les Florets for dinner, expectations are high. They did not ...
... cake! Julian found us in the restaurant trying to pay the bill and we could tell he was agitated that we were not where we were supposed to be. We rushed back to the van and it was a quiet ride back to Avignon at 2:30pm. I had just on an hour to wait until heading off for my dentist appointment. The hotel reception guy had said yesterday that it would take 25-30 mins to get there on foot, and pointed to the tourist map which city wall portal gate to take to get there. ...
... group we were waiting on showed up about half an hour late and were very apologetic. They were four adults from Avignon, Paris and Lyon along with two, very cute kids. We set off on our walk and Jacqueline told us that you can actually eat all the wild plants growing inside the town walls as they don’t spray the plants. We walked around the village and through a couple small farms while Jacqueline pointed out various plants, berries, herbs and flowers along with ...