B&B Avignon 2
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... I will develop toned legs from the stairways and a stoop from the low doorways. The doorway from the bedroom to the ensuite is only 5' tall and solid rock so using the bathroom in the night is a concern. Vero is a yoga teacher of indeterminate age, and her partner is a sculpturer (possibly well- known). The home is full of books on yoga and healthy living, and some quite confronting ...
... were curtains, powerpoints, individual storage lockers, comfy beds and air conditioned rooms. It may not sound like that much but it was awesome!! After waiting at the shop for 45 minutes for takeaway chicken and rice for dinner, it was a night of getting to know a few people on my bus over a 1€ glass of wine, which strangely enough was ...
... managed to keep going. I nearly killed myself getting away so decided to stop and wait for them. Every part of my body was aching now. Especially my legs.
The last part you are out in the open again. Its white rock everywhere. There are photographers on the side of the road taking photos of you and they give you a little card where you can look up your photo and buy it.
We all rode the last 6kms together it was so hot but ...
... to built their churches. And now is modern day's tourists and locals turn to enjoy it and rave about it.
I climbed to the view point on the right bank, and down, then crossed the bridge and climbed up to a better view point on the left bank, walked through the tunnel, came back down and across the river again, then went under the bridge to get more pictures. I spent 3 hours there and could have stayed longer as the park is quiet large and the day was warm ...
After the red rocks, the next two photos are of the ruined
castle above the hill town of Le Baux en Provence, very impressive, built among
huge white rocks.
Finally, the pretty town of St Remy du Provence, where we
lunched under the grape vines and ...