Formule 1 Romans Gare TGV Bourg de Peage
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... I was on Thomas the train with its whistle blowing and steam floating in the air.
The afternoon was spent cruising on the Rhone to Viviers. The ship provided great food and entertainment. We had a live demonstration on making a chocolate soufflé and there was also a nautical talk with a question and answer time for the staff. The afternoons weather was sunny and warm so a ...
... again guided us to our final destination.
With less than 200 metres to go we reached a summit revealing a quaint 1860's farmhouse nestled in a valley isolated on a beautiful French autumn landscape. St Maurice was to be the abode for the next two nights.
Our host was lovely and generous and being the only guests she soon made us feel at home. In no time we were sitting around the ...
... on the river Rhone and we had a lovely walk in the SUN SHINE as the photos will prove.
We found a nice camp site 5 mins out of town and have just come back from a walk around the village and a glass of red, so we could use the Internet. Tomorrow we plan to carry onto Avignon, find a nice camp site and settle down for 4/5 days and hope we have seen the last of the rain.
It will be great to actually see something other than the backs of ...
... Roman built water viaduct. An amazing piece of engineering, which brought water some 50 kms over a fall in height of only 17mtrs. Talk about precision and a marvel of construction. Most of the water passed underground except for the few hundred meters of the 3 level stone arched viaduct. We briefly had a tour of the magnificent museum learning about the construction and roman need and use of water, before walking down ...
... where the vineyards are all grown from soil covered with river stones, where originally the river covered much of the area now cultivated under vineyards. The grapes are mainly dark purple giving specialty red wine. We also visited the castle ruins, destroyed by the retreating Germans in 1944 with views over the region and walked down into the little medieval town of Chateneuax-de-Pape. Sadly we hardly had time to poke our head into a couple of ...
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