Novotel Valence Sud
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and emerald-green wooded hillsides.
This morning you'll arrive in Viviers—the gateway to Provence—where you’ll enjoy a closer look at this charming town on an included walking tour. Then you'll have free time to explore on your own.
... was that we were sailing, going through other locks, which were brightly lit. We woke up this morning in Viviers, and JP took us on a walking tour at 0900. Ba and I peeked down an alley and saw a sweet white and orange cat who really liked petting, YAY! The village was cute with the requisite cobblestones, etc. and on the way down the hill from the requisite ornate church (BTW, my cel ...
We are sailing today from Lyon to Tournon, there has been a lot of rain so the Rhone river is on Orange alert, which means that big ships cannot sail. The reason is that the Rhone has several locks, which are really really fascinating. I've never sailed on a boat like this before (not to brag, but I have been assigned the role of ballast on a catamaran previously) so these locks are so great! ...
... height: normal; white-space: pre-wrap;">What better way to start a lovely sunny Sunday than with Champagne!! Reims is home to many of the major producers, and we decided to visit the Tattinger cellars for a tour. Some of their cellars were built by the Romans and you could still see the tooling marks, as well as some ancient graffiti.
Then started the long drive south, past Dijon and Lyon to Valence. About ...
... From a 2 Ha plot.
Clear and bright, quite closed on the nose with some saltiness and wet stone (perhaps beery). Rich, smooth, creamy and full on the palate. Some apricots and medium acidity.
4. Hermitage – “Le Chevalier de Stérimberg” 2010 – 13.5%
The little chapel of Saint-Christophe is situated at the top of the hillside. It was built in 1235 by the knight Gaspard de Stérimberg after ...