Hameau Champfleury

Avignon, Avignon, Provence, France | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Avignon

Tuesday in the south of France

A travel blog entry by goz60

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... of Tresques and filled all our water bottles at the local spring. We are powering through the water, it is very warm again today about 35 degrees ...... We got some fantastic cheese at the Supermarche and went home for a lovely French lunch under our Big Tree, just perfect.

A bit of a rest and a swim in the pool after lunch and then we are off for some touristy visits, we went to the village of ...

Another gorgeous day in the south of France...

A travel blog entry by goz60

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... for our first local tourist adventure and to do a pick up at the Railway station. Avignon has a beautiful historic town Centre and a huge palace for the Pope's called Palace De Papes, the church is currently under restoration so closed for tourists. We have a wander through the local flea market and then a look around the old town Centre and a lovely gelato. Then it's off to the TGV train station to pick up a visitor. And then home for a late dinner of burgers and off to bed.
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And here we are at the Villa....

A travel blog entry by goz60

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... photos with the tablet we can attach a few to give you an idea of this dreadful place!!!!!! It's 36 degrees today so pretty hot for me but a couple of dips in the pool help with that. I had thought about going to church this morning but we had a very big sleep first night here, slept from 10.30pm to 9.15am this morning so church was off.... Instead we wandered down to the boulangrč and got some bread for lunch, ...

Day 12

A travel blog entry by super_saurus

LAUTERBRUNNEN --> AVIGNON Avignon Today we drove from Lauterbrunnen to Avignon which was about 9 hours again because we hit traffic. Once we got to Avignon we dumped our bags and Ash took us on a walking tour of the city which is very small. Avignon is famous because at one point the Papacy moved there and eventually this started the great schism where there were concurrently two and then three popes in Europe. We ...

Home of the Pope

A travel blog entry by carolynefox

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The seat of the Papacy for 70 years, Avignon was fascinating. We toured the Papal palace and the offices, where the cardinal conclave met and elected the pope. We also visited, outside of Avignon, the remaining 10% of the most incredible cathedral. The French took 150 years to build this cathedral and then 10 years to tear down almost all of it. Again, the revolutionaries, who had better use for the ...

Location

This hotel, located on Avignon, Avignon, is near Street of Dyers (Rue de Teinturiers), Musee Calvet, La Palmeraie, and Fondation Angladon-Dubrujeaud.
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