Hôtel Du Soleil Bleu
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- Swimming pool
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... point in the city, is seen as the guardian of the city and is commonly called a bonne mere (the good mother).
Once we got into town, we took the long route around the harbor, grabbed a couple drinks and headed to the Museum of European and Mediterranean Civilizations, referred to as "Mucem".
We walked a ton and now I'm finishing my night with a glass of wine and a good meal. Sante! (cheers!)
... in almost pitch-blackness, then suddenly a scene begins to appear all around you, over you, including you, and covering the floor and the walls and the pillars.....quite fantastic! And all the time there is appropriate loud classical music playing. It was quite fascinating to just watch the people. Most were pretty-much speechless, almost mesmerised, and just wandered around saying nothing, or muttering superlatives. At one stage, the scene became fast-falling water, all ...
... exploration on foot. Not a lot to see really, but we had some lunch and pressed on to Banon. Again, very scenic. We stopped at Banon and had a wander around - this village is at the highest point of that particular stage of the Tour. It's a small village with a couple of shops and we stopped for a coffee and an explore, but then set off back to base. Our GPS took us on ...
... abroad was one of them. I would be lying if I said that these past five months have only been filled with pure joy and happiness. I, just like most students, experienced some homesickness and culture shock. But for every low moment I had, I experienced fifty high moments. Life-changing, dream-come-true moments. High moments that make me so incredibly thankful that I got to fulfill this dream of mine. Not only did I get ...
... shop gauntlet, we emerged back into the daylight and wandered back to the main square where most of the restaurants were clustered. We looked at at least five menus before settling on one that offered both pizzas and a complete, 3 course menu. This restaurant didn’t have a view directly onto the Sorgue but its inside dining room offered a view onto a small offshoot of the main river. We opted to sit inside because the Mistral (blustery winds that can blow ...