Le Moulin De Valaurie
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Free parking
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There were three glasses of the red Chateauneuf-du-Pape with lunch, the glass of rosť with Rachel and Philip at L'Entrevue in Arles, the Sauvignon with our new Ozzie friends in the Square and the single red rose in flower beside the church in the village of Chateauneuf-du-Pape. So when the day of wines and roses dimmed to dusk, it was orange juice for me and H2O!
Our tour guide, Edward, did a terrific job ferrying us around some of the parts of Provence ...
... matched. My favourite course. Second course grilled prawns, lemongrass and coconut with a Vacqueyras white. procaine - pork Mignon with Gigondas rouge, then a veal fillet with la Canterelle rouge. Just all divine in the filtered sunshine in the courtyard of this Maison on the side of the mountain D'antilles with the bare rock above the forest. Great conversation amongst the group. Next off to Rasteau, Domaine Bressy-Masson. One of the things we learnt was that Rasteau, ...
... bridge still in use today we start to climb upwards through another tiny little village. Upwards we trudged almost 400 meters to the citadel built on the summit. Wow what a walk I did not think I could go the last 200 metres but I was determined to get to the top to look out over the valleys.
The village we had passed through looked like a child's model from this height and if we could have seen our tiny car it would have been a ...
The morning started with only a few of us having the expensive breakfast. It was delicious, but perhaps not the best thing before a long day of cycling with a major climb.
There were several groups on this day with Barry leaving very early and Mark also on his own. Next to go were Werner and Mesfin, followed shortly by Peter and Sue. Carole, Steve and I were way about 9:15am and the speedy crowd left ...
We woke up early and we set off to the principality of Monaco,our first stop on the French Riviera, also known as Cote D"Azur. Since 1297 Monaco has been ruled by the Grimaldi family, and its only a tad bit bigger than the Vatican. It was worth the day visit. The funny thing about sending postcards is that we needed an International stamp for France! After our brush with the rich and famous, we headed for our humble campsite in Antibes. It was surprisingly right next to a pebbled ...