Manoir Le Roure & Spa
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... foam" and trying to get from one side to the other without the bull seeing you, or trying to snatch a piece of tissue paper off the bull's head! Arles was planning one of these events for this evening, so there were a few traffic diversions to negotiate.
Mostly Philip and I wanted to walk beside the Rhone and check to see if our favourite restaurant was still there. It was, and it seems to be doing well with accolade stickers all over the doors. We had ...
... matched. My favourite course. Second course grilled prawns, lemongrass and coconut with a Vacqueyras white. procaine - pork Mignon with Gigondas rouge, then a veal fillet with la Canterelle rouge. Just all divine in the filtered sunshine in the courtyard of this Maison on the side of the mountain D'antilles with the bare rock above the forest. Great conversation amongst the group. Next off to Rasteau, Domaine Bressy-Masson. One of the things we learnt was that Rasteau, ...
... say goodnight and we head out to find food, any food. Though most of Caromb's restaurants are already closed, we find an open pizzeria, and take the pie back to the terrace off the solarium. We look up into a silent, starry, starry night, finish off the pizza and the rose, and bed down in the solarium. This is Lorne's choice since his injured left ...
... honking furiously. We figure out there is a button to press for assistance and manage to get our message across in French. The woman just asks where we got on the toll road (we could have said anywhere really), says it will be 1.70 euro, we pay and we are all good.
When we finally make it to Sablet, there is major confusion since there is a market and it is a very small village. We make a hash of parking, but still manage to find Jean Yves who has also just arrived. He leads ...
... year. We're trying to sprout them but in the meantime the bright red ones are gorgeous.
The metal outside table that came with the house was getting a bit worn, so Kathy asked Armando for some left over tiles we found here and voila! with a little carrelage and t.l.c. turned the table into a new, tile topped, patio table.
We were fortunate to arrive in time for a spring concert of Baroque music at the ...