Deltour Hotel Ales
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Well, it all fit back in the suitcases! That is the bonus in my world! :-) We left about 8:00am and headed to St. Tropez. The boats were huge and the breeze was welcome. Wandered around to see what the area was all about-some very nice places to spend your money. Lunch was from an upscale French version of Subway. I am so sorry if I offended anyone but I was trying to find a way to describe this place! We enjoyed just sitting by the ...
We left Michel & Leslie’s for our drive up to the Ardeche region where we had planned on treating ourselves to a week of complete relaxation. Michel had told us about a must see place en route called ‘Le Pont du Gard’ which was a huge aqueduct, so as we were practically passing right by we decided we would stop to take a photo. We found it really easily and followed the signs to a parking area for the photo. What we didn’t realise as ...
... the importance of its secondary function as a toll bridge. For centuries the local lords and bishops were responsible for its upkeep in exchange for the right to levy tolls on travellers using it to cross the river, although some of its stones were looted and serious damage was inflicted on it in the 17th century. It attracted increasing attention starting in the 18th century and became an important tourist destination. It underwent a ...
From Avignon I hopped a local bus to a stop near Pont du Gard.
It is amazing. A Roman aqueduct they say was built in just five years!
When Judy and I were in Spain last year we were blown away by the Roman aqueduct in Segovia. So I found myself comparing them as I visited this one.
One of the most amazing sights Judy and I saw in Segovia last year was when we rounded the street corner in the ...
... this is another thing I may have mentioned once or twice! In Nimes, things tend to shut for two hours at lunchtime, unless they’re a restaurant or a supermarket. So the rest of the French population can still get their food. In Val Thorens it was 4 hours. And included supermarkets. I know that this is so the supermarket staff could ski at lunch time, but surely it would make more business sense to pay for one or two staff members so that it’s not ...