Hostellerie Le Castellas
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... questions the tour took an hour not 20 mins, felt very lucky as he loved the cave and gets to explore not only the ones we could access but the other 14 kms of caves we can't go to as its too dangerous but beautiful- a job is is proud to do as he sees himself as a gatekeeper! All in french too, when things are in context we can both get the drift of whats being said it seems.....
After a very restful night in our beautifully appointed apartment. It is time to drive further afield and we arrived in Orange about 7.00 am Monday and had a very bracing walk for a klm up the avenue to the Roman arch. It is the largest most intact roman arch in France 2000 years ld.
We took lots of pics as the sun came up and we noticed a flock of pigeons on ...
... and bars setting up temporary outdoor stalls spilling out onto the footpaths, with tapas and big pots of paella cooking away ready for the hordes of people coming out of the daily corridas (bullfights) staged in Nimes' old Roman style amphitheatre – Les Arenes.
We were warned it could get loud and rowdy, which it did! Music from people partying until late into the night, and at one stage a group decided to turn the portaloo which had been set up just ...
... on the patio and knocked over a table before they could be separated. The café owner did not look happy as she cleaned up the broken glass.
We wandered along the Rhône River and through winding streets, arriving at the old bull arena. You can see in one of the photos that the woman singing in the plaza was comfortably set up with her dog beside her, a guitar in her lap, and a tambourine on each foot. She sang a mix of music, with popular French ...
... agent right next door to the restaurant and I checked out the prices in the window. There were actually a few places I could afford but they all seemed to be "extra muros" - outside the walls.
The meal arrived while I was considering moving to Avignon on a semi-permanent basis. The leg of guinea fowl rested on an olive and yoghurt purée - the yoghurt really cut back the saltiness of the olives but still maintained an overall kick that really lifted the meat. This ...