Hotel Balladins Draguignan / Trans-en-Provence Confort
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Today we headed out of Avignon through the Provence country side south to the city of Les Baux to visit the historic area. It was a beautiful drive through endless round abouts, thank God for our navigation system.
On the return we drove through the small quaint town of St. Remy. There was minimal parking as a bull fight was about to begin.
... upper levels are surrounded by corridors that go around the back behind the seating. People could take a break from the shows and grab some snacks and drinks as they pass by the vomitoriums. A bit like the MCG really. Drove back to Arles and Sophie and Phil had a quick swim. As it was already 6.30pm we checked out the menu for tonight and decided to eat at the hotel. Each night they prepare 3 different meals for the 3 courses and Sophie was happy with chicken ...
... We finally were instructed by hotel staff at Auberge to enter the postal code, and finally we found our next destination in the navigation. Off we went...three hours later we arrived in Avignon.
Relaxing today...sights tomorrow. This hotel is beautiful. ...
... the view points of the bridge.
After lunch we explored the area and walked to the highest point allowable
We returned to Nimes by bus, and prepared for dinner. Tonight we went to "Le Artiste" for dinner recommended by the hotel's Concierge Pascal.
As we were enjoying our meal we walked around the city as heard music coming from everywhere.
... to a heartfelt French pop song.
3) Bread aroma wafting from les boulangeries/patisseries. There are two of them in Caromb to serve a population of 3000 people. This is a town that has its priorities straight.
4) Tomatoes, peaches, melons, and figs, hours from the vine.
5) Town fountains gurgling. We frequently see Carombians filling up their ...