Chateau de Trigance
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- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... was mini pain aux raisin (my FAVOURITE) – merci Mitch for letting me eat both!
Early worry as soon as we plugged in the address for the local tourist info centre in Moustiers de Sainte Marie (nearby town to the Gorge – reputed by our host to be beautiful) – trip to take two hours! First view of the lac du Verdon and start of gorge were stunning – and could envisage a slow relaxed paddle boat ride along the ...
... and on to Riez before reaching the pretty mountain village of Moustiers St. Marie. The village is perched high up on a limestone cliff with a spring that flows out of the cliff to form a waterfall in the centre of the village. The village lies at the entrance to the Verdon Gorge and is a few miles from Lac St. Croix. It is well known for pottery and most of the shops sell a variety of china plates, bowls and ...
... Sillans-la-Cascade as the name suggest there is a waterfall and below that a couple of cascades. A 20 min walk brought us to the waterfall viewpoint but we couldn’t get much of a look at it as there is too much foliage in the summer. Its probably about 50 to 70m high with no great amount of water flowing over at present. Venturing right down to the water’s edge we encounter a great many people enjoying the water and picnicking on the banks under the ...
Today was hire car changeover day and Alvin left us for Italy and Germany. We arrived at Hertz to changeover our car to a smaller model as we were heading to Italy where I was convinced that no-one knew how to drive and that we would need a car we can park easily but the lady behind the counter had a different idea. Firstly she gave us the option to extend our current hire car but seeing as Wagner and I have had issues I said this wasn't ...
With the entire contents of our car spread all over the car park we strategically started our repack. The aim was to get the gear into manageable bags so that when we returned Wagner and got our new hire care we could easily make the transition. The most refreshing aspect of the repack was we were not the only ones going through this same exercise. A young Irish couple were trying to get their bags down to 30kg as they were flying back to Dublin today and needed ...