Logis des Rives de l'Arzon
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Much earlier in the year we had planned to meet up with our great university and Sydney mates; Tina and Andrew and their 3 children for mid term UK holidays. I'd said we'd most likely be in France so Tina looked at easy flights from the midlands in the UK where they currently live. We searched for any 4 bedroom villas within the SW of France. We now realise that we got pretty lucky with our random choice and no prior knowledge of the ...
... there and are expected to purchase something. As well as masses of farm products they also have loads of wine from 3.50e upwards!!
We were glad we had electricity as the site is at about 1200m and it was very cold - when we woke up everything was white with frost - glittering in the sunlight ,with the valleys full of mist.
Fabulous evening in Avignon and staying right on the square was a wonderful experience. Local revellers where few after the tourists left (we are not tourists, we are deeper than that, and we run). Ran around the walls of the city; Sonja reckons 4 km, I say 3. Stopped on the Rhone to exercise near the Port into the city, then grabbed chocolate & ...
... the 12th and 13th centuries. It is a nice church, but nothing as amazing as we have been seeing. We walked around old Beaune and stopped for a couple of beers. On the way back to our hotel, we stopped at an Italian restaurant for some dinner. Tomorrow, we are driving on a couple of wine tours around Beaune. Hopefully we can get some nice pictures of the vineyards in the countryside. ...
We were able to have a very nice sleep in this morning after a lovely evening dinner with our terrific host, Peter Joyce the owner of Le Pain de Sucre in Monistrol. Very very pretty hamlet in beautiful valley, with small church dating back to the12 century... Stunning views every where. Peter our host drove Terry, Helen and myself up the step slope out of town while Jane, the brave, walked up and up the huge mountain out ...