Le Mas des Gres
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Another thing that affects confidence is getting a good night's sleep. I slept like a log last night and had enormously enjoyable day as a consequence. I woke early and was in the dining room having brekkie by about 7.30. The big thing in Avignon is to see Le Pont. It was on my to do list but first I headed down a few side alleys and laneways to see some of the old city. Fortunately I have a good sense of direction so I wandered about and ...
... Very old, very narrow, and very stone. Then to Avignon to stay right in the centre of this walled-city. Hotel de L'Horloge overlooking the main square - had to park 700 metres away and 'drag' though. Walked the inside for a few hours, found an Irish pub for a pint and then observed how the palais and cathedral looked at night. Beautiful. Warm night; so listened to the sounds of the square through our window and planned our trip out of ...
Monday 29 September
Today was St Remy de Provence day, home to famous artists like Van Gogh. We also saw the house were Nostradamus was born. It is very touristy but the old part is very pretty.
We went to buy a drink ad noticed a lot of people waiting at a roundabout ...
Sunday 28 September
Went to the brocante fair and market at L'isle Sur La Sourge. It was brilliant. There was stall after stall of vintage and antique silver, lamps, books, porcelain, you name it. The prices were higher than in other places but it is known as the antique capital of Provence.
We walked around the fresh food markets where they sell cheese and fruit and olives, clothes, souvenirs and soap. ...
... We drove from Arles to Le Capeliere, a museum and information centre for the park. A surly-looking attendant, thoroughly charmed by our demeanour and ability to speak French, pointed out the must-see hiking path in the park. We drove from Le Capeliere on dirt roads barely wider than the car, following the cartoonish map she had given us. 'Eventually,' she said, 'you will drive on rough ground and you can park or continue driving.' We expected that the road we were on ...