Le Fort du Pre
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the owner of the house was trying to get it through the window of the top room three stories up! Animated discussions took place - lots of 'mais c'est impossible' comments and on we trotted. Up at the cathedral- 12 century at one end extended in the 16 century the other. Lovely building with tapestries, ornate glass windows and a 19 century organ which was, as had been arranged especially for us, played by the local organist/piano ...
... in Ardeche. Sally was hoping to be able to visit an ancient cave painting site, like Lascaux, and with some research, we found the Chauvet caves. This group of caves was discovered in the early 1990s (their entrance had been covered by a rock fall about 20,000 years ago) and contains a large number of caverns whose walls are covered with a variety of cave paintings made by the residents of the area about 36.000 years ...
... through the washing machine. The Ferme en Ferme weekend Is coming up, so we will spend time enjoying the sun here. The town of Hauterives is home to a national monument. A palace (?) built by the postman in the late 19C. Not my taste - seems to be the product of a weird mind. It appears to take inspiration from the Sagradia Familia in Barcelona. But it's a very popular attraction. We are in the foothills of the Alps. We aren't far from Grenoble and the snowy peaks look ...
... br> The town and its twin city (across the river) Tain l’Hermitage are the gateway to the Ardeche region.
Overlooking the town is a feudal castle built into the rock. Today is used for the town’s museum. There are great views from here. The recently renovated castle’s chapel has a 16tth century triptych painted by Jean Capassin (which we didn’t see.)
There is a statue of Marc Segual. He invented ...
... for breakfast. Yum. Then a 700m drag to the car, which was still parked where we left it. Drove to the Roman-built aqueduct section at Pont Du Gard. Wow that was seething to see. Last section 300m long; and used to be 52kms. Hard to believe that humans built it, and 2,500 years ago. Then drove in a round about fashion out west, ending in ...