Hostellerie Le Phebus & Spa
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... t locked in any plans for the next week of this trip. We had the choice to go to Spain to see our dear friends 'The Millars' or to make our way up to Paris through the Loire Valley.
We talked through the options. Spain meant two long days in the car, to stay in France meant less time in the car and more time exploring old villages in France. We decided to vote in the morning.
We needed to get a good nights sleep first.
... fortified palaces, and churches. Your tour includes a guided exploration of the impressive Papal Palace.
Then you'll return to the ship for lunch onboard, and you'll have the afternoon to make your own discoveries in Avignon. Perhaps you'll explore the winding streets of some of the city's ancient neighborhoods, or relax at an outdoor cafe.
... day we started out with a bus tour that included amongst other things a wine tasting, where we enhanced the local economy and purchased a bottle of Beaujolais, unfortunately since consumed. Ah, just in time, another wine tasting tomorrow . . . . Will continue to try and bring you all up-to-date tomorrow as it is now 10:10 and am feeling pretty tired. Cheeers ...
... intimate French bistro where the food, wine and service could not be faulted. With encouragement, we tried snails which were actually not bad at all, a meaty earthy taste but perfectly palatable when cooked in garlic butter. I guess, when in France, do as the French! Main courses were delicious followed by beautifully presented desserts and all washed down with local red wine...Go Bro!
Not one to stand still, Peter was up and out the ...
... is called Rue des Peyroliers, which means tinsmiths, the artisans whose shops were along that street centuries ago.
I also got some pics of another 14th century fort across the Rhone river. I wrote down the name but I've lost what I wrote it on.