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TravelPod Member ReviewsMaison Pic Valence
Maison Pic lives up to it's reputation for a chic place to stay - beautifully appointed rooms, a modern and tasty bistro and a sublime three start restaurant. Staff are friendly and courteous and made the entire experience a good one.
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Off to an early start, awoken bright and early by the very chatty (and possibly rather deaf) bus-load of British OAPs on our corridor.
... parents and a big group of their friends and family were taking a river boat from Paris through Provence and down to the Mediterranean, so I thought it would be fun to meet up with them since I too had plans to be in France. After a bit of research, I became obsessed with Provence and the lavender fields and decided I wanted to join at that part of their trip. I chose to base myself in Avignon because it is known to be a great central city in Provence to ...
... allowed us to sample as much as our hearts desired! Everything from 100% dark chocolate to little white chocolate beads to chocolate filled with alcohol!
Once we all had our fill, we headed to the Scook Cooking School at Maison Pic in the town of Valence. This school is owned by the only women 3 Star Michelin Chef, Anne Sophie Pic, and we all got to "cook" a little, try some wine and cheese ...
... and for a travel through a HUGE lock! It was extremely awesome... please look below for more pictures of this as well as more from throughout the day!
After dinner, the crew put on a little "show" for us! It was so cute and fun! They did skits, songs, dancing, etc. I even got called up to participate! As did dad! And the best part was afterward... when there was a big dance party! Mom, Dad, Gretch, Aunt ...
... in to one and there were consequently stairs (marble) going up and down in many different places, getting us quite lost. But what a magical home, so beautifully renovated and decorated! And in an ancient city filled with cobbled stoned pathways twisting up and down the hill upon which it stands, alongside the mighty Rhône river.
We were delighted to be taken by our hosts to a lovely concert of Schubert chamber music performed in an old church in an ...