Adagio Access Avignon
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The rooms are very small but the addition of a small well stocked kitchenette including a fridge was very appreciated. There is no view to speak of but the location near to the Gare (where the TGV stops) is excellent and you can't hear the train from the hotel. There is also a bus route that takes you from the station past a bus stop just 100 m from the hotel into the city so it is a well located place to stay to see Avignon. The reception staff were very helpful and spoke English very well. We didn't try their breakfast and opted for a brasserie in town instead, however the price came to a similar cost.
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... fortified palaces, and churches. Your tour includes a guided exploration of the impressive Papal Palace.
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... 30% of what was said and with the audio guide for the public tour rooms we had a pretty good idea of the life of the French Popes of the 14th century. Our tour included a wonderful lunch in the Terrace Restaurant with the others in our tour. As it turned out, at least half of them spoke more English than we have French including a couple from Montreal who helped up keep up with some of the conversation.
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