BEST WESTERN L'Orangerie
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... favorite feeling in the world. Too bad so many people make “plans” in life. Just live in the moment and see where time takes you instead, that’s a much (yes, I just wrote mutch and could not think of the right way to spell it) better way to be able to live your life, no?
The next day we were able to take the tram to the end of the line and walk the rest of the way to the beach. My first time on a tram! And a wonderful soft sanded beach. I ...
... might be. Note to selves TAKE FRENCH LESSONS before we return next year.
What a wonderfully kind and helpful gentleman giving us directions to where we needed to go. We set off and once again become confused by the tiny streets that twist and turn.
It is late afternoon and we are really tired at this point and i feel i can walk no further. Between being lost in the car and now on foot we have been at this for quite a few hours and ...
... the tone for the rest of our time in France, which has turned out to be quite a splurge. It was hard to move on, and I think we were all quite sad when our week came to an end and we had to say our goodbyes. However Anna and Rick had reservations for their next destination (a birthday celebration for Rick in Lyon), and we had organised a hire car and needed to start heading towards Paris. Thank you thank you again Anna and Rick for such a fabulous week together we won’t ever ...
... Nimes had much more of a big city feel, more akin to Paris. It also felt quite a bit less touristy than many of our other destinations so far. As alluded to earlier, our local grocer felt that Nimes and Aix on the same day was somewhat illogical as they were not immediately beside one another (in reality, they are quite close to one another) so he suggested we visit Montpelier. Unfortunately, we weren't particularly impressed ...
... killed. After the collapse of Rome in 476AD it became a fortress and knights' head quarters. Until its 19th century restoration it was used as home to 2,000 people in slum conditions. Today it is one of the best preserved of all the Roman Amphitheatres. We spent a number of hours listening to audio and exploring the Arena. Today it is also used for Bull Fighting and Concerts.