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Travel Blogs from Cordes-sur-Ciel
... even have that?
There are a lot of toll highways
At breakfast you get a bowl and must decide if you want to use it for coffee or for cereal....I took 2 bowls anyways
The coffee and bread continue to be delicious
New French words:
cālin = cuddly (there was a lengthy discussion on cats)
amerissage = landing over water
arobase = at sign (@)
Zoé (yep, I've gone French)
... number 2, by the Satnav this time...it should have been avoiding toll roads but it took me into a tunnel that runs under a section of the Alps...a 12.5 kilometre tunnel that cost me 27 Euros to get through.....
It was also very hot in there,38 degrees at one point. Imagine a sauna with diesel fumes and you'll understand..
Check out the bunker that's subsided, you can get inside it but when you do....because it's still the ...
... a bed and breakfast called "A l'Ombre du Palais", which means "in the Shadow of the Palace"...and that it is. We are just beside Le Palais des Papes (Palace of Popes) built in the 1300's Oh yes, we also went for a ride on a carousel! We couldn't help ourselves We watched a spectacular light show inside the palace that described the origins of the area and the palace. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Palais_des _Papes Haven't decided what do to yet tomorrow, will figure it out in the morning ...
So Josiane was happy to bring us around today as she loves the sights as well. She first brought us to St.-Antoine l'Abbaye...a quiant little village with a magnificent church. Yes, I took a million pictures. It was built in the 1100's. We then travelled throughout the gorgeous countryside, we were able to see Vercors from yesterday and we could slightly ...
... then we stopped at a small village called St. Martin en-Vercors to browse some local art and pottery. We then travelled through a spectacular gorge called La Gorge de la Bourne, through Coranche and stopped in a town called Pont en-Royans. This town has homes suspended or built onto the rock faces! Amazing! Then, back on the road and we stopped in St. Nazaire en-Royan and walked along the river front of la riviere "Isere", then travelled through Mours St. Eusebe where Josiane is ...