Domaine de Bournereau
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... for six French popes over 70 years in the 14th century. There are actually two large palaces or chateaus next to each other with different architectures. Touring the Palais took about ninety minutes after which we left and toured the Pont D'Avignon also known as the bridge of St Benezet. A 13th century bridge that crosses the Rhone River. Although for the last 700 years, the bridge only goes halfway across the river. What happened to the rest remains a mystery.
We returned ...
... a hundred years old. Check out the photos on the website of our cottage as we have no photos today. This location would be great for a family gathering, albeit a bit far to go.
After settling our things in the cottage, we headed to a nearby village for an exciting afternoon of ....laundry. Yes, since ...
... back living in a city that has made it easy to be a cyclist and pedestrian, and to lead a calm life, while also offering a degree of cultural and artistic richness that she obviously engages in and thrives on. From the station we walked directly down the Esplanade Charles de Gaulle to the Place des Arènes, a large open space in front of the Arènes, a magnificent two-tiered Roman structure from about 70 AD, in which concerts ...
... it possible to accommodate up to 7000 spectators distributed in a strict hierarchy. The 32 stands were grouped into stages separated by a low wall and probably a traffic corridor. They were accessible by stairs from the orchestra and vomitories. The stands were surmounted by a portico. The portion reserved for players remain visible vestiges of pre stage wall and twelve cavities for curtain mechanism. Back, pits housed ...
... build a new Pope Palace. Seeing this was a sweet deal too good to pass on under the circumstances, the Countess sold the land to the Papacy in 1348 for the agreed price and "all was forgiven" so to speak. Finally, where you had dinner with the Pope, it was common courtesy for ALL the honored guests to remain in the large dining hall after dinner was served until ALL the silverware, trays, plates, glasses and other food serving items were fully counted and ...