Manoir Le Roure & Spa
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... our way throught the narrow streets admiring the little shops and their wares. I LOVE tourist tat so I was in paradise!! We came to a Roman bridge from which we could see lots of teenagers frolicking in the water below; Helena and Louis were fascinated and watched them for ages. We managed to find a way down to the river ourselves where the children had an impromtu paddle, but there were so many wasps, the size of which I have never ...
As many of you know, St. Roman de Malegarde is located on the Cotes du Rhone wine loop. The main crop is far and away wine grapes. We planned our trip for late summer/fall, so we could experience the grape harvest and crush. We have not been disappointed. The countryside is alive with human and mechanical grape harvesters. Small farm tractors snake along narrow country roads, from early morning until sundown, pulling ...
The storm left, so did we. Too early, but I'll live. Especially because I know there is a reward waiting for me at the end of this day: my family is somewhere nearby. Not that I'm tired of my grandfather, not at all, but to see some of the known souls again- I think it will inspire me and give me the courage I so desperately need at moments.
Had a really bad night - the wind was incredible! We also had our first smattering of snow, which I had to say worried Nick and I as we haven't got our winterised tyres yet for Dixie so we could really do without snow for a few days!!
In the morning we popped over to the cave and had a real whistle stop tour of the winery. The guy that showed us around was the only one in today and he had to man the shop as well so he called ...
... of encouragement.
We cruised down the valley leading from the house to Malaucene, a slight chill from the early morning air, and in no time we had begun. Up that is, up and up and up. The lower slopes are not too bad, very consistently winding their way up, not too steep and very beautiful. The smell of pine was in the air as we rolled along, chatting on the less severe sections but silence on the
more taxing. ...