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... with whichever emperor was at the helm! Much of this detail is missing but drawings we have seen show what a masterpiece of art it was. Tiered curved stone seating rise way up and probably holds 4,000. In its glory days it held over 9000, the whole population of the city. The purpose of such a massive and magnificent building, originally adorned in coloured marble was to win over the locals. With over ...
... at the hotel and took off to follow the route. More quaintness and lovely scenery later, we entered the Gorge of the Meouge. This was another absolute treat as we wound our way along the narrow road through tortured layers of limestone. The blue water of the Meouge flows gently through the gorge over whitewashed rocks and boulders which form the occasional ...
... running it spoke English and seemed friendly. Although it was a little out of our price range, we decided we didn't have any other choice and paid the man. He walked us to the tiny iron elevator and shut the door on us. As we opened the door to the room, I was shocked. It looked like something out of a scary movie! Stained green carpet, pink frilly wallpaper that was falling off, and splattered with what looked like blood. The baseboards ...
... 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 ...
... to French friends. We have had Marysia and Chris over for lunch and Julie was here for dinner. We'll enjoy the Perrone family and Suzanne Combe, when they come for lunch today. Dining will have to be inside, as we're starting the second day of a mistral wind. We're back in Provence and the feeling is tre bon!
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