Hotel Le Glacier
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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Airlink to airport, no problems. Got to Lyon about 3:00. Picked up rental car Mercedes Benz! Drove to orange. Checked into hotel. Cute! Met Philippe. Cute girl working at desk. Rooms are old and very small. But have character. And shutters! And location is perfect!!! Owner is Philippe. I talked to him on the phone. When I saw him, I asked if he was …
... signed and looked after but subconciosuly I wanted to get out and walk .....
Went to a fantastic cave 'Grotte de Madeliene- mad to describe but lots of images sprang to mind from Prometheus to Alien as all the rock formations were truly organic, weird and had grown into human shapes and folds of crystals.
The Guide only had to show around five people including us and as we ...
... to find the walls of the old city. We will follow the road signs.
Slowly we nose our way out on to the road from the railway station into the fast flowing Avignon traffic and it is all moving very, very fast , beeping and flashing lights at us crawling along while Lucas becomes familiar with right hand driving and the gear stick is still in the middle but on the opposite side to what he is used to. He repeatedly moves the gear stick in and out ...
... taste! And speaking of the digestive, the equally as important French aperitif definitely became part of our daily ritual in Nimes and all of France for that matter. Pastis (51 was our pick) wasn’t to everyone’s liking at the start of our feria week, but by the end of it, I think most of us had grown a taste for it!
We ventured outside of Nimes on a few occasions with an interesting day trip to Pont du Gard – an amazing architectural ...
... had a sandwich at a little cafe with a view. Merlin, scott, and I hiked a trail that went up above. Then we shopped a little and had a crepe. The lady in the shop told us about a pottery street fair that is held annually on May 1. So we decided to go there. It was in a little town just past Uzes. The pottery wasn't worth much but Uzes was a really cute old town. Has a great town square. We sat in an outdoor cafe and had coffee and wine. Then we went back to ...