Hotel du Centre
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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... patisserie we ended up sitting on the town square with grande Heinkens.
Feeling tired, we headed home, grabing some local food at supermarket for our first home cooked tea of the trip. And what an effor that was. 2 minutes in the microwave and voila! Not particularly special, but it meant we could end our day sitting by the pool until the sun went down after 9pm. We managed to drink some wine we had bought and watch some TV. Our first night ...
... campsite organised trips and it was possible to do either a 24km route or the longer 32km route. As we were essentially on holiday we decided that 24km was definitely a long enough distance to paddle, but unfortunately if we had done this route we wouldn’t have got to see Le Pont d’Arc…….so we had no choice but to try the 32km!!
A minibus collected us from our campsite and after being kitted out with our life jackets, a ...
... or something.
We were fairly tired from the drive so we took the owners recommendation to walk to a little local restaurant attached to another B&B.
We wandered down the laneway and found the little place, were offered a table and we sat. Lovely atmosphere, menu only in French and very little English spoken by the staff. This could be interesting.
We were offered the menus and the waitress said something to us in French. We ...
... lovely! This from our itinerary: For most of the 14th century, the Popes left the turmoil of Rome and installed themselves in this calm possession of the Catholic Church. In Avignon, beginning with Clement V (who was born here), they built residences, chateaux, a number of fortified palaces, and churches. Your tour includes a guided exploration of the impressive Papal Palace. Nine Popes lived in Avignon from 1309 to ...
... our way to the train station for tickets to Marseilles. The train was scheduled to leave at 1:12 p.m. so we walked over to have lunch at an outside café while we waited. Around ten minutes before our train was due to leave we got back to the station only to discover that the train was running late. We went for a coffee across the street and then back to the station only to find that it has been delayed ...