Hotel du Centre
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... convenient time. Curiously, the problem was remedied by lubricating it with spit.
And part two was a good old-fashioned crash. This one was the type involving a skidding front wheel, handle-bars spinning round, and self plus bike sliding along the ground, which in this case was tarmac and gravel. A particularly unpleasant specimen of a crash this one though, as the part of self which slid along the ground was the face. ...
... this? I thought to myself. So I dropped into on top of the coffee and left it to marinate, before eating.
I followed another route from my cycling book today; this time one around the hilltop village of Venasque. Starting in the village itself, zooming downhill, before going off-road, it was a tough ride. It included a ...
... flight to Marseilles scheduled to leave at 8 a.m., and join a crush of travellers desperate to make their connecting flights on time. The German immigration officers appear oblivious to our incessant watch checking. Our security line moves comme un escargot, and then stops completely. Finally released from scrutiny, we begin the frantic dash to the gate, jostling carry-ons, camera bags, and anyone who gets in our way, The signs ...
... 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 ...
... evening sun. Dinner comprised tomato salad followed by Salmon with grilled courgette in a dill and cream sauce and finally apple and almond pie. The wine was exceptional - Domain du Bon Remede - a white blend of Trebbiano and Roussain. I will worry about the "empty " calories while struggling up Ventoux tomorrow.
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