Manoir de la Roseraie
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- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Swimming pool
- Multilingual staff
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... the Herbes de Provence.
My reward for reaching the 1421m Sommet des Grands Pins was a mountain-biking double-whammy on the way back down.
Part one was a puncture, almost certainly caused by a big rock whacking into the tyre and compressing it all the way down to the rim causing the distinctive snake-bite double-puncture. Part one, subsection a) was my occasionally unreliable pump deciding to be unreliable at ...
I have experienced many aromas on my bike rides on this holiday – including pine trees, fig trees and sulphur (fermenting grapes?). And today, while I was pumping up my tyres, I whiffed herbs, confirming they do grow wild in these parts and that Herbes de Provence is more than something they sell in jars.
... in the mid 70s and I've always heard of Chateauneuf du Pape and their amazing experience, so it made sense to return and visit that particular winery. Jean Claude (who they worked for) has now retired, and his daugther Corrine and son in law Yannick now run the business. Entering the little shop front, we were greeted by Yannick, and I explained (in my best french possible) who I was and that my father had worked here long ago, he pointed behind us to the couch, and explained that ...
... on it but the door didn't open. I kept pressing it and nothing unlocked. Joe rang the number and the guy said it was open. Even the keypad said it was open but there was no budging the gate. Luckily a lady with a pram left and opened the gate. The next problem was which of the four buildings was the guy in?? The entry with his plaque on it was cordoned off with tape and there were painting scaffolding everywhere. We found a entry door, but there was no buzzer with his name ...
... owner and a couple local kids dropped by to say hello. We learned that Jacqueline and Odile were writing a cooking book and were hoping to have it published in December. We made sure she had our email addresses so that when it did come out, we could get a copy. After lunch, we had a very soothing herbal infusion of mint and lemon balm, also picked wild. The whole experience had been superb, and definitely one of the highlights of the trip.
By the time we ...