Hotel Le Mas Des Oliviers
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Room service
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Saturday we got up early to catch the train from Avignon Centre to the larger Avignon TGV station about ten minutes away. The train was late, making us wonder if we'd catch our tight connection to Cannes. As we arrived, we saw our train just pulling out! Not to worry, we were soon rerouted and arrived by a delay of only two hours. Mougins is a little village between Cannes and Nice. We have a cute ...
... Far more austere than other Provenšal villages we had visited, Gordes is quite mysterious and maybe it is that intrigue has been the inspiration for many artists over the years.
Bonnieux was a quiet, undiscovered little village until British author Peter Mayle wrote A Year in Provence, influenced by, and while staying in Bonnieux.... Both the book, and, it would seem, the village, became best sellers, ...
... like to know the motto of the Carthusians: "Stat crux dum volvitur orbis." In case your Latin is a little rusty, this means, “The Cross is steady while the world is turning.” Oh, one more thing—if you’ve spent any time in London or knocking around British churches you’ve probably heard the term “charterhouse,” as in Charterhouse Square. This is the English name for a Carthusian monastery.
OK, it’s finally ...
... packing before getting ready for dinner.
Packing at the end of a holiday is always a sad moment and one I try and delay to the last practical moment. It is too easy to start mentally packing the moment you arrive “so as not to leave it too late”. In my mind there is a tipping point at which juncture it really is time to prepare to leave. Getting ready to leave before that point amounts to wishing your life away. I’m increasingly inclined ...
... this had a much nicer feel than the swankier end of town.
We decided to take the coastal route back and couldn't resist a dip in the sea, so we locked up the bikes and swam out to another floating platform and laid on it for a while! When we got back to camp, after the obligatory dip in the pool we phoned our next camp site as it was one that does not allow booking. Turned out it was ...