Manoir de la Roseraie
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... hard and it definitely shows - the place is phenomenal! Laurence took us on a tour, they have over 100 hectares, and we were able to see some of the vineyards, some horses, and their legendary Madonna statue.
They prepared for us a very traditional Swiss mountain dish called raclette. It is a special kind of cheese that is heated up and melted down and eaten with potatoes, cured meats, and pickled veggies. Of course, it was paired with some ...
... The ride down was stellar. The clouds made way for blue skies and all I had to worry about were a couple of cars that I passed on the way down cause they were too slow! LOL. I managed to get up to 72km/h at one point. Amongst the trees the wind was less of a challenge but was still blowing pretty good. It was downhill all the way, which made for a nice end to the ride and I actually beat Connie to to the B&B. Ok, so she stopped to fuel the car...big ...
... are congratulating each other with handshakes, backslaps, and kudos in a dozen different languages.Our own celebration is more low key. We drink in the spectacular views of the Alps. I take a photo of Lorne for his Facebook page. At the gift shop, Lorne looks at the Mount Ventoux singlets.Ultimately,he decides to delay buying one until he can wear it as a part of his own future peak cycling experience.
... cheap either.
The drive from Nice to Avignon should take around 2.5 hours on the tollway, provided you stick to the speed limit. It actually took us closer to 3 hours to reach the outskirts of the city as Mike was content sitting on 100kmh, not the 130kmh which is the limit! And plenty were going much faster than that.
Having said that, the French roads are a lot less intimidating that the Italian ones.
We arrived in Avignon and ...
We planned this trip to have two primary deviations from the Beizer journey: Grignan, France and Barcelona, Spain. Grignan took the place of Marseilles and Montpellier (although we had 45 minutes in the Montpellier train station) and Barcelona is simply an overnight stay before heading to Madrid. Imagine the quintessential Italian village on a hillside. Then imagine all the buildings are made out of out ...