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We started with a walking tour of Viviers, a village of about 5000 people. Narrow streets, old buildings, the church dating back to the 14(?) century. The walk spiralled up to the cathedral, which is the smallest one in France. Here, we were treated to an organ recital in the cathedral-what beautiful acoustics!
in the afternoon, we had a quick French cooking class - crepe ...
... Viviers, a very small medieval town with a Basilica built on top of an escarpment overlooking the town. The streets were very narrow and only wide enough for one car at a time. There are apparently lots of cats, although we only saw one, it must have been too hot for them. Once at the top of the viewing area on the escarpment you can see for a long way off and the foot hills of the Alps are in the ...
We arrived in Tournon after a night time cruise. Another quaint little town! We boarded a steam train for a trip up a mountain ( big hill really!)' , interesting guide talking about how they kept the German soldiers at bay up there, saw the train engine turn around, then headed back down the tracks.
we did a lovely walk around the town, only one Main Street before climbing to the terrace of the Chateau de Tournon for a lovely aperitif on the ...
... storm infront of us. We also realised that we were going to get soaked if we continued to drive so therefore we found another campsite by the side of the river. However, there was not much water left in it so we didn't spend too long there. That was when the thunder and lightning started... We got back, watched the storm, had tea and watched a film. At about half past ten, we went to ...
... All that climbing so far has paid off. The other thing I was thankful for is Europeans love their small cars. When you are on a road barely big enough for 1 1/2 cars it is nice not to have an F-150 passing you.
After reaching the top we were blessed with an amazing view of Lac de Roseland. This was a mountain lake with intense emerald green color. The pictures doesn't do it justice. From here we had a long decent down the mountain. In my head I had been a bit ...