Justin de Provence
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... He is a reindeer and he moves when we don't know.
We bought a little Christmas tree and put it up.
The next day we went to a big Chateau
My sister rode a pony.
My brother split his leg open again at the playground.
It was bleeding like it did the first time.
The next day we went to a limestone cave with lights and artwork of a famous ...
... and again re opened my cut and we couldn't help it until we go home which was about 10 minutes.
The next day we went to a art and light show. It was in a lime stone quarry.
It was based on a artist called Gustav Klint's life.
And the next day we went to a place called Avignon and we went to see a market, we rode a train all around town. It was COLD.
... fairy lights, merry-go-round and lots of people.
We tasted the mulled wine (warm,red wine) in the hope it would warm us up, and caught a train around to see the sights.
We have put up our tiny christmas tree now, advent calendars are being opened everyday, and Jingles, the European cousin to our elf on the shelf arrived and is having fun playing hide and seek with the kids.
Its starting to feel like christmas!
... we rolled on through the pretty Dentelles de Montmirail hoping to find a small grocery story or a kind stranger, but it wasn't until we got to a tourist office in Beaumes-de-Venise that we were able to pick up a few cold bottles.
We had to ride north for several kilometres on the last stretch into our end town for today, Orange, and again we were going into the wind but this time it was hot and dry. No fun. But then we turned ...
... concerts here from the mid 1970s - apparently one to rival Woodstock.
Arriving at our hotel this afternoon, down a couple of narrow laneways (of course), the receptionist told us to leave the car at the front and a valet would park it. Paul tried to explain that it is not that straightforward to drive, but she dismissed us with a Gallic shrug. And the car is still there four hours later though others have been moved.
(Accommodation: Arene ...