Domaine des Tilleuls
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We walked around Arle and looked at the ruins & gorgeous buildings and houses.
We then drove to Pont du Gard and back to Avignon.
We went for a long walk, looking in shops, watching buskers and checking out the menus at restaurants.
We decided to buy dinner and headed back to the hotel and ate it at the common room.
Back in the room we discussed and planned what to do over the next week. ...
... pleasurable to browse as we weren’t shoulder-to-shoulder. I saw two old ladies in their wheelchairs sitting at the fake tattoo stand and poked my head over to see what they were doing there. They were actually getting tattoos done and it was nice to see that they were clearly enjoying it! We browsed quite a few stalls and picked up a couple last minute souvenirs. We then went all out buying fresh fruit and vegetables ...
... we couldn’t think about how to do it without being rude since it was such a small group. So we continued on the tour which was actually quite interesting, just not presented interestingly. We started off in a room where they had all the old pigments which would have been mixed to make paint. On the other side of the room were all the pre-mixed paints which had eventually come along, replacing the raw pigments. There were old stencils of ...
... enough. Luckily, by the time my chain was greased, Megs caught up to us in the vehicle and I was able to leave the oil in the van and not have to take any extra weight with me. One thing I haven’t mentioned is how I’ve gradually been stripping off any unnecessary weight on my bike. After the first ride, I took off my panier racks, then my front and rear lights and even the light on my helmet. I figured that given the difficulty of the rides and that ...
... assisted living housing. As in $35/night. Ya sure get what you pay for, that much I know. A big departure from the lap of luxury I'd been having for the first week of my stay, both at Sophie's and down in the Cote d' Azur region.
Humbling, for sure. Well, this trip is about each and every experience I can get in 3 week's time.
I finally found the building, after a few attempts of finding a French or other language-speaking person and showing ...