Le Clos des Lavandes
Travel Blogs from Lacoste
Today we headed out of Avignon through the Provence country side south to the city of Les Baux to visit the historic area. It was a beautiful drive through endless round abouts, thank God for our navigation system.
On the return we drove through the small quaint town of St. Remy. There was minimal parking as a bull fight was about to begin.
... filtering back into our minds. We then drove onto Orange after George's recommendation. We found the enormous Ancient Theatre and took the self guided tour. This place dates back to 34BC and it was truly impressive. Just sitting in the arena gave you a feel of what it was like to listen to a show so many years ago. The way this audio tour was presented and the video footage was brilliant. It really gave you a good insight into what was known about the place and ...
... We finally were instructed by hotel staff at Auberge to enter the postal code, and finally we found our next destination in the navigation. Off we went...three hours later we arrived in Avignon.
Relaxing today...sights tomorrow. This hotel is beautiful. ...
... began more than a century ago. Here we saw the beautiful 17th century chateau before waiting for our taxi to transfer us back to our accommodation "The Pyramide".
We returned to prepapre for dinner at the same restaurant as the night before, and of course had another 3 course meal.
... off. We made our way to Lacoste. Lacoste sits on the opposite hill from Bonnieux. Lacoste was a fraction of the size of Bonnieux and mostly composed of castle ruins at the top of the hill. We huffed and puffed our say up the steep narrow passages until we came to the top. The view was of the valley floor filled with fields of ripening grapes. There was one restaurant, no shops that we could ...
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