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... It's really interesting. Maybe it's always this way or maybe it's just because not that many people think of going to southern France in December. Who knows? Our time here has been a bit different. We arrived an hour early at about 6am and upon arriving at our hostel a migraine arrived in my head. So I spent my first day in France mostly in bed. The next day I awoke feeling much better... But Cortney awoke with a full blown cold. We are a bit of a mess. ...
... the bridge - A bridge spanning the Rhone between Villeneuve-lès-Avignon and Avignon was built between 1177 and 1185. This early bridge was destroyed forty years later during the Albigensian Crusade when Louis VIII of France laid siege to Avignon. The bridge was rebuilt with 22 stone arches. It was very costly to maintain as the arches tended to collapse when the Rhone flooded. Eventually in the middle of the 17th century the bridge was abandoned. The four surviving arches on ...
... this stretch, we prepared to leave on our journey to Europe with a particular focus on walking the Camino Francais (around 800 kilometres).
Aaron & Brodie's reno consisted of redoing their kitchen, removal of the exterior walls and roof in this area then rebuilding this with a second floor, then removal and upgrade of the existing roof to provide better ventilation and a new surface to receive new roofing. Aaron and Marc did most of the ...
We woke up today at 7:00am. We again had a typical, but amazing, French breakfast of juice, fresh fruits and breads with Nutella and incredible homemade jams. Michèle had to leave us early so she could go run some errands while Gérard drove the four of us to Provence.
Gérard again dropped us off at the Place de la Rotonde. Kyle was our navigator and lead us to the farmers market where we gazed and marveled at all of the fresh produce. ...
... Provence tours, for whom I would like to leave this thought from an anonymous source: "We do not meet people by accident, they are meant to cross our paths for a purpose". Till we meet again, Au Revoir, and Merci Beaucoup! Dee
We leave you today with a few images from our travels in Provence that we've not posted to date. If all goes according to plan, look for a blog post from Rome in a day or so!