Hotel Crillon le Brave
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... in the 12C and used for over 500 years, but constantly having to be rebuilt during those years, because of the torrential Rhone river passing under it, so finally in the 17C reconstruction work was abandoned and the bridge now crosses only half the river. Avignon also has the largest gothic palace in Europe, the Palais des Papes, ...
Yesterday we left Geneva heading south for Avignon. We arranged in advance a great place to stop for lunch… On The Rocks (the paleo retreat) with Martin, Nina, and Léon! We (accidentally) took a scenic route and it was absolutely gorgeous driving along the gorge of Ardèche as the sun appeared from behind the rain and clouds. We had a fantastic lunch and it was absolutely delightful to see ...
Today a walking tour of Avignon has been planned for us. Looking out on the drab day with trepidation we grab needed umbrellas and venture in through the magnificent walled city to visit the palace of the Popes. Isabella is our guide and as usual is happy to answer all questions in between unfolding the history of the papacy here in Avignon. The frescos are so delicate we are not allowed to take photos for fear of further ...
... exciting one, as we wanted to take a secondary route and Garmin led us through some hair-raising roads (read narrow, with hairpin turns and many curves and high drop-offs! My foot was a-dancin' on the imaginary brake on my side!)...but we were rewarded, as we usually are if we keep our cool, by stumbling upon the exceptional Abbaye de Senanque, a 12thC ...
... and passed Connie who was parked off to the right with a couple of other cars. She had her window open and I yelled out to her to ask where the summit was, but she didn't know...we couldn't see anything. Later she said it was the first time she'd ever been scared of the wind in a car. About 20 feet later I saw the building at the top. Turns out she was parked within 30 feet of the summit the whole time but didn't know it. We went into the small shop in ...