Chateau de Roussan
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... it was mined a year. Now the area has been returned to a natural state and is listed as a conservation area. There is a 50 minute walking trail through the site. It reminds me very much of the red hills in Southern Utah near Zion but much smaller. It’s full of families. We think it must be fall break based on the number of kids who are not in school! The walk is lovely and we enjoy being in nature.
We then visit the ...
... and as we watched we realized they were pecking off the sandstone and eating it. How strange. i find it still troubles me several weeks later and we are at home. I shoot off a letter of concern to the Mairie (mayor) of Orange voicing my concern.
After strolling around in the crisp clean fresh morning it was time for the now habitual caffè and a buttery light croissant at a small local bar/restaurant and then continue our walk to see the ...
... and bars setting up temporary outdoor stalls spilling out onto the footpaths, with tapas and big pots of paella cooking away ready for the hordes of people coming out of the daily corridas (bullfights) staged in Nimes' old Roman style amphitheatre – Les Arenes.
We were warned it could get loud and rowdy, which it did! Music from people partying until late into the night, and at one stage a group decided to turn the portaloo which had been set up just ...
After 2 days of driving we finally arrived in Saint Remy De Provence...a place we originally thought was on the west coast just outside Bordeaux. We were both very excited to be here because we planned to catch up with Danny, Pauline and Laura (Dean's uncle, auntie and cousin). Unfamiliar with the area we soon realised why they decided to visit here, the Provence area is very famous for its food, wine and art ...
... we drove to Gordes. This is one of the "hill towns" around Provence, and was made famous from the book and move "A Year in Provence." Again we weren't sure what to expect, but the first views were quite impressive! The architecture is obviously tightly controlled, the real estate is obviously VERY expensive, but it is hard to beat how gorgeous it is and how great the views are. This more hilly part of Provence really reminds me of Napa Valley. It ...