Exploring The Castles & Luxury Hotels/Restaurants in Les Baux de Provence – Belle France / EP. #272 Posted on August 29, 2019 amp Baux Belle Castles chicago hotels dallas hotels de Ep EXPLORING france hotels hotels in chicago hotels in florida hotels in las vegas HotelsRestaurants las vegas hotels LES luxury private jet Provence rental property travel travel vlog vacation 29 thoughts on “Exploring The Castles & Luxury Hotels/Restaurants in Les Baux de Provence – Belle France / EP. #272” sony a6100 mic jack, flip screen, eye autofocusReply This is how I like to tour. Forget pedalling 80 km a day or whatever and not stopping to see a thing. Less pedalling, lots of sightseeing and a great meal at the end of the day is the way to go. Maybe not Michelin star but something good. Mind you eating at a Michelin star restaurant would be an unbelievable experience too I’d say, and would love to do it one day.Reply Good thing you don’t drink wine. They would have had a different wine with every course. Had that in Italy once, remarkable and memorable experience. But you can then forget cycling the next day !.Reply I just noticed you don't wear gloves.Reply I love cycling, I like Kevin and your other traveling companions. But France is the icing on the cake! Need to get there with my recumbent!Reply Man….why did you not VIDEO TAPE the Michelin Star dining experience?……man the scenery there is the best…..taping that meal and hotel experience would’ve made this tour your best yet—Darren.Reply At the Michelin restaurant you experienced what happens in many restaurants in France. Intermediary courses, called "amuse bouche", serve as a way to both surprise the palate and maintain the pace of the dinner. Keeping multiple courses rolling for many diners ain't easy hence the need for these mini courses.Reply Wow, You must have been stuffed. It looks a real great place.Reply beautiful mosques 🙂Reply Great review. Your enthusiasm was beautifully captured in the testimonial segment. Belle France is on my list.Reply That was definitely a 5 star day. Thanks for the video, Take care and safe cycling, AlReply Nice, brings back memories, when I was stationed in Germany, late 80's. Connected to a company called "Gast im Schloss" guest in Castles. I'd get a room for the night and spend the day traveling around the area. Some of those restaurants, in the castles were rated 1 star. Unforgettable experiences.Question, how did you keep your coat and tie wrinkle free ? I know the restaurants in Germany, required coat and tie. KBReply I’m celiac, were you able to get a sense of gluten free options and if they could accommodate gluten free travelers/diners?Reply Where would you like people to answer your question on what makes a cycling day the most memorable?Reply Another wonderful video.👍🌝Reply I have a feeling they thought you were a food criticReply Man, I'd hate to be the dishwasher there!Reply Looks awesome! Out of my budget and comfort zone, but still what a stunning part of the world and that hotel looks stunning.Reply I would prefer being in a beautiful remote landscape in the middle of nowhere wild camping, cooking pot noodles and tomato ketchup with a Jetboil.Reply That is not up on Le Baux – was up there on my first self supported bike tour in france 15y ago – sorry thought you started at Le Baux.Reply Going there next week. Been there lots of time.My favorite region in France.Compared to years ago the vegan options have been improving.Restaurants will either have vegan dishes or make one for you.Excellent video as always.Reply YOu are bestReply I don't know why you have less subscribers or you get less view even though your content is one of the best on YouTubeReply Where's the wild camping, buritos, tent talks,….?!Reply 12:03.."there's a bug" lol..no way..:D like all over you Darren. ugh..I hate bugs. They BUG me..Reply 08:55 The back side of Mount Rushmore? Nice smooth video!Reply Beautiful ! Definitely on the bucket list !Reply La france❤️Reply LetzterReply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.