Les Mazets de Marie de Jules
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... br> We stayed in there for a hour. When we went into the car Jingles was in there, he got into the car.
Then we went to look at a village inside castle walls.
On the last day we went to Avignon. It was FREEZING!
The wind felt like snow. We walked all around the area.
There was markets and merry-go-round's. We caught a train on road and went all around town.
... next day we went to a place called Arles where we just walked around again and went to a old windmill.
We went back home and I fell down the stairs and re opened the cut. It hurt too by the way. It
was poring out blood.
We stopped at a very old chateau. And my sister rode her first pony.
Then we found a play ground and I was playing on it, then ...
... Les Baux.
This place is amazing!
Artwork is projected onto immense, limestone walls and the floor, with music.
We spent over an hour walking around admiring the changing art in this extraordinary place.
On our last day we drove to Avignon. It was cold, probably our first experience of real cold, real real cold. It was about 2degrees, hopefully we will acclimatize soon.
It had christmas markets ...
... becomes more concentrated, the species of algae continues to change. Each species provides a different colour to the water and the result is a varying array of colours visible from these evaporation pools. We climbed to a lookout over the ponds and watched the sun set, which cast hues of orange, pink, violet and blue over different pools. We capped off our day in Arles with a delicious and fancy meal. La Chassonette is an organic and 'bioethical' restaurant in the middle of ...
... a bridge that was started in 35 AD. The bridge is two-tiered. The lower half was actually under water in ancient times. The people building the bridge carved words (maybe their names or
messages?) in the stone. It is so hard to believe that something that old could still be in such good condition. Makes me wonder how much of what we build will still be standing centuries from now. Jean has really enjoyed all ...