Nancy Brown

Nancy D. Brown is a travel writer whose work has appeared online and in newspapers and magazines nationwide. An equestrian expert, she publishes writinghorseback.com and the What a Trip blog, Nancydbrown.com. When not traveling, she lives with her husband in Eugene, Oregon. Follow her on Instagram and Twitter @Nancydbrown.

Built in 1928, Roi Soleil is a white luxury barge, 30 meters in length. Four round port hole windows are on side of barge. Three folding chairs are anchored to top deck, in front of wheel house. Salon and rear deck are covered. The boat is anchored on Canal du Midi, next to grassy, tree-lined bank in Olonzac, France.

Canal du Midi Barge Cruise: Slow Travel in Southern France

Relaxing indulgence at a slower pace through southern France on Canal du Midi is how some would describe this barge cruise. On this 6-passenger private yacht, you’ll have an experienced pilot, personal chef, tour guide and hostess pamper you for 7 days and 6 luxurious nights. History and culture in southern France History and culture […]

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