Travel Radio International's Patricia L. Lawrence guides the listener on an inspiring tour through bucolic Provence in this enthralling audio journey in which she hang-glides over the countryside's villages and orchards, explores a winery cellar built into side of the Alps, and visits an English couple that is preserving an ancient inn built over Roman ruins.
Lawrence's enthusiastic yet down-to-earth approach, as well the insightful interviews she conducts with residents, paint a vivid picture of this region, where, as she puts it, "ancient history and daily life are woven together."
Gliding, a winery and an inn: Audio Journeys explores St. Remy France. In southern France's Provence, the old ways of doing things have not been forgotten in modern society. Patricia Lawrence soars with the eagles in a glider to discover the old villages and farms that dot the valleys. Back on the ground, we stop at an organic winery built in a cave in the mountains we were just soaring above. And we explore an historic inn, built over Roman ruins, that is being preserved by the innkeepers.
This book wasn’t for you, but who do you think might enjoy it more?
I cannot imagine who would be interested in this infomercial for a dietary suppliment
What could Patricia L. Lawrence have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?
Provide subject material which was advertised
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What character would you cut from St. Remy France - Gliding, Winery, Innkeepers?
This trash had no character
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This poorly produced, meaningless infomercial for a quack dietary supplement should NEVER have been offered. The subject matter is totally misrepresented