Manoir Le Roure & Spa
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... All the way back we passed closed shops. Eventually, close to the carpark, we decided to try the drive through fast food place. We had no idea what it was. Twas McDonalds. We had observed that signs on roads are only around a half metre square and are green arches. This place had no signage other than ...
The "Roman" side of town is the side that is spread along the river on the flat plain below the mountain on which the "medieval" town is located. Give me Roman anytime over medieval and particularly when there are the remains of vast villas and theatres.
After Cafe and Thé, we went in search of the usual; the Tourist Info. Office. A town map lead us to the archaeological site entrance 100 m away and with a 24 ...
... banality" for using it. A banality was a tax or fee charged for the use of "banal" everyday things such as water from the communal well, crossing a bridge etc. They don't have much imagination in Grignan - the name of the street that goes up to the castle is called The Street that Goes Up To The Castle. It was quite a pleasant town but nothing special, it sounded nice with birds singing, church bells ringing each half hour and a harp player. It ...
... eat it there with our coffee. We get a petit pain au chocolat each and a brioche to share.......so many carbs! We go to the pharmacy and in my opinion I excel, explaining Paul's symptoms en francaise and managing to get the required drugs to keep him moving.Then we load ourselves into the car for another day of driving on the wrong side of the road and nailbiting for me! Jean Yves had asked us if we liked rocks and recommended if we ...
... the one in front of it. It was a miniature, wooly Pamplona, with no horns! The mood was light and the village was a happy place. Folowing the transhumance, the local equivalent of a PTA presented what is known here as a aioli geant. It's basically a giant meal served with a huge bowl of aioli. We ate traditional salted cod, (which has all the salt soaked out of it before cooking) and a diverse array of boiled, local ...