Domaine des Andeols
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... through beautiful countryside and saw the lavender fields. They were full of brown stumps. I said to the kids that they will have to make a promise to themselves, that they will come back one day and see the lavender fields in flower. Tess said 'why? I know what lavender looks like and I saw the photos at the shop".
Mmmm........Clint and I think we could have saved ourselves some cash and done this trip at home with ...
... fortified palaces, and churches. Your tour includes a guided exploration of the impressive Papal Palace.
Then you'll return to the ship for lunch onboard, and you'll have the afternoon to make your own discoveries in Avignon. Perhaps you'll explore the winding streets of some of the city's ancient neighborhoods, or relax at an outdoor cafe.
... been all about keeping them under control rather than the French celebrating. As we were heading back to the car it looked like it was going to rain & it started soon after so we discussed will we or won't we go to the Pont du Gard - the triple decker roman viaduct. We changed the GPS 3 times before we decided yes we would continue & hopefully it would stop raining. The sky looked brighter & then the rain finally stopped. We then went to the Pont du ...
... people we meet seem to think so) and also wonder if 4months is too long and should we have gone for 2? All these things will no doubt be running through my mind tonight. But one of the cool things about doing this is tomorrow is completely new and unknown with more challenges and more arguments and parenting mistakes to be made but also more great moments and times for us to fall in love with our wonderful (extremely head strong and argumentative) girls even ...
... which I visited briefly. This has a cloister attached to it (currently closed) so I assume it's one of the convents referred to in the tourist brochure.
Just around the corner is a really vibrant little street called Rue du Portail Matheron which has more restaurants, boulangeries and other shops. In short, everything you could want or expect in a street in France, including of course beggars with dogs. A little further on is Place Pie and the Tour St Jean where there was ...