BEST WESTERN Bed & Suites Gemenos
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... off a few stops early because of road works (thanks to the solicitous Frenchwoman who overheard our plans and gave us directions), we got to see some of these right up close as we walked by.
The high-ceiling, airy and light-filled studio was just as Cezanne had left it, preserved by a friend who bought it when he died in 1906, and retained with all his possessions in situ. The item that most captured ...
... When we could drag ourselves away we went to the Granet museum, a small gallery that has a Rembrandt self portrait, a couple of Picassos, some original CÚzannes and many other 16th and 17th century artworks by artists I wasn't familiar with. In addition to the paintings, there was a room of sculpted marble figures that were evocative, sensual and very classical, and another room full of busts of "famous" local figures.
The main exhibition floor was given over ...
... little French restaurant next to the Eglise des Saint Espirit. The setting sun made everything glow in the golden light, and each French woman returning home or looking for dinner, appeared to be more beautiful than the one before ... more tanned, more honey-streaked hair, longer legs ...perhaps it was the flattering light :)
Maybe if we stay here longer I'll morph into one of these gorgeous creatures ... I'm sure it's something in the air!
... there from 1309 to 1378 during their exile from Rome. Their time here became known as the great Schism and their Palace remains one of the Largest Medieval Gothic Buildings in France..
We walked through the Palace as a group, we would have liked to have been on our own for this part as we could have done it in a few minutes. Most of the rooms were bare, with narrow and low doorways. This wasn’t because people were short but because the palace was easier to protect. ...
... companion. It seems as though finer weather is following us however. We arrive in Sete at the Grand Hotel, another W and J suggestion and immediately get a good feel for the hotel and the town. We have a corner room that looks up and down the canal which is lined with all shapes and sizes of boats. A short stroll up town watching the progress of a 25 kilometre endurance swim on the way helps get the kinks out after the drive. It was fun watching the ...