Hotel Le Vallon de Valrugues & Spa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... left out of twenty two. It was largely washed away by the Rhône River which is wide and fast moving and subject to flooding. In fact the area is on red alert for tomorrow because a lot of heavy rain is expected. It is possible to go onto the bridge but I thought I'd rather view it from along the bank. I had to cross a busy road to do so but I got a good look at it and spent about 40 minutes sketching part of it. Then it was time for me ...
Out of bed to breakfast in a plastic box, courtesy of the local supermarket. Alan missing his daily bread. Then a walk to Marseille railway station to pick-up the car. Took a while to figure out how to turn it on and then to get it into drive - 'hybrid'. Then back to the pub to pickup up bags and off we went. Towards Arles to see what the Romans had accomplished there. Quite a lot for 4 centuries, then went home home. Left a coliseum and ...
Monday 29 September
Today was St Remy de Provence day, home to famous artists like Van Gogh. We also saw the house were Nostradamus was born. It is very touristy but the old part is very pretty.
We went to buy a drink ad noticed a lot of people waiting at a roundabout ...
... at The Hospice in St Remy-de-Provence, including my favourite painting of all time - Starry, starry night. We visited his room and the view from his small window would not have changed much since his death. We visited the garden below his window which I am sure he would have spent many hours in during his recovery. There was lavender growing and sunflowers and I hope the sight of these cheered him up. We walked through the beautiful garden ...
Today's breakfast was the same as yesterday, only instead of French toast, we had paper thin crepes with the choice of jams, local honey or nutella. They appear to be very big on nutella in France. It seems to be the topping of choice at every creperie we pass. We rushed through breakfast as Eric was waiting for us. So we bid bon journee and climbed into our waiting Mercedes. Eric was the driver/tour guide from Provence Panorama. We had booked a private ...