Mas de la Fouque
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... card.... Nope! Don't want your business.....! So we left....and George found another one less than a km away where there was a lovely young French lady to pump the gas for me and whose machine was happy to take the first card proffered..... Job done. It's now 1am and the bloody wifi, which must be runner-up to being the slowest in the world, is going to make me say some really rude words soon, so I will call it quits for the night and try again tomorrow. Bon Soirée, Les ...
... route back which was great as it gave us another perspective of the countryside. This route took us through Avignon and we stopped for a 'nature break' as they say on the Tour, found a modern shopping centre with a nice restaurant so decided to stay there for dinner which was very pleasant. By the time we got back to St Remy it was 9.00pm after another very pleasant ...
... again very scenic and enjoyable. We returned to shore and Katie and I wandered around a few of the the local streets, poking into shops while Laurie had a beer at one the local bars. We decided we would have a dinner at home, so stopped to buy a baguette and some more cheese, which together with what we have at home, should make a nice dinner. We then headed for home and got in at the relatively early hour of 6.00pm and ...
... or so's drive away. As it was Sunday, roads were relatively quiet - Sunday sees a lot of shops and businesses closed in Provence, but most tourist attractions remain open! Nimes has a history dating back to the Roman Empire and is often referred to as the French Rome because of the Nimes Arena and the Maison Carree. The Roman amphitheatre of the 1st century AD is the best preserved Roman Arena in the world and ...
... 8217;t handle his baguette so slathered it with butter and his fig and walnut jam for later also (surreptitiously took both away in a napkin).
The Camargue area was great – despite the news story about (?) rice growing causing devastation to the wetlands area (can’t be sure because news story was in French)! Flamingo’s strutting around and doing their version of the ‘cockle shuffle’ was really fun to watch. Just as many ...