P'Tit Dej-Hotel Valence
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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 ...
... shop around the impressive store. It was pretty cool to see! They say a 3 Star Michelin restaurant costs at least 150-200 euros per person.... I am sorry, I could never ever justify that price for a meal! Mathew our Tauck guide has been to a 2 star and says it is totally worth it! (I'm still not convinced...)
From the cooking school we finally got back to the boat for some lunch! We ate very quickly, because ...
Today we had a tour to Boucieu-le-Roi which is a small and old French town of about 300 people, high in the hills. It was about 30 minutes' drive from Tournon where our ship docked overnight. The journey to the village was very winding and, in places very narrow and hilly. It was best not to look out of the window of the huge bus to see just how close we came to the steep drop below. There were also cyclists on the road too so occasionally we got stuck behind them and then had to ...
... route down a disused railway line over a footbridge spanning the Ardeche river, through some lovely lanes filled with sunflowers and grape vines, then down a path along side of the river for a few km before popping us out in Roums. We had a lovely wander through the little village stopping for coffee, well it was supposed to be coffee but it was sooooo hot it turned into beer ;-). Decided to ...