Le Castel Fleuri
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- Swimming pool
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... trees. We took a walking tour with our guide around the town, there is a very interesting little triangular building built on a small island, originally as a jail. We climbed to the chateau & strolled around the large park & found some lovely old wooden boats, near the bridge called Pont Des Amours. We travelled on to Grenoble, the views of the Alps were ...
... Gretch, Aunt Melissa, Maggie, me, and Mathew all decided to hike to the top of one of the vineyards on the other side of the river! It was so great! Very steep, but amazing views of the town and river and neighboring vineyards!
Our ship pulled out and said for Lyon at 4pm. Mom, Dad, Gretch, Aunt Melissa, and I sat up on deck reading, drinking (they love Dunkel!) and chatting with our new friend ...
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 ...
... a diversion to Lyon and the two Nikon resellers there were both closed on Mondays!! We will try again in Reims tomorrow. Thanks to Suzanne at Nikon Australia Today's driving was even more hazardous than the previous day with more than 3 hours of the driving in the rain....and v heavy rain. Meant we had to sit on 100-110 kmph most of the day and not the normal 130-140kmph. We arrived in Noyers, the lovely ...
... a big screen TV, at an outdoor restaurant in the town square. We thought that we should indulge in the local Savoire tucker so tonight....Tartiflette is the go. That's French for potato bake with cheese, bacon and onions. The French description certainly sounds better...Tartiflette - Pommes de terre, lardons, l'oignons and Reblechon cheese.
The Tartiflette was really good...it is hard to cock it up
Off to Alpe d'Huez ...