Hotel La Tramontane
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We picked up our rental car in Nice, brand new Fiat 500 or as we liked to call her, Fifi (feefee). After seeing how people drive in Italy I spent the past month very nervous about this day. Arriving in Nice gave me a lot of relief as the roads were a bit wider and driving was a lot more calm looking. Our goal for this day was to see as much as the Gorge Du Verdon. They say that this area is the "Grand Canyon of Europe." The pictures ...
... sun bed! Arrived in Avignon on time and took charge of our little Citroen. Lindy drove while I managed the TomTom - it has been a true godsend. Easy to follow and accurate. 50 minutes later we pulled into Arles which is all built around the amphitheater in the town centre. Our hotel L'Amphitheatre, was stunning. And air conditioned! The streets were so narrow and scary that we parked and walked which was lovely as we got a feel for the town. Dinner at Le Criquet which we ...
... Gorge of Verdun at its best, the hordes of people on the Cote d’Azur which meant we didn’t linger long (but this is the main holiday season!), flies and mozzies – more a problem for Nigel than me, they seem to prefer his bloodgroup ( he’s just remarked that it’s because he’s so tasty!)
We’d have liked ...
... a week. Monseiur decides to electric bike it to the village for a last beer and decide whether to explain to the campsite that they have undercharged. In one of those rare moments, Monsieur decides to be honest, returns to the office and is told "Monsieur, if you stay a week, it's half price". Monsieur, can't believe it, now he loves everything about France and the French.
Aix en Provence
We arrive in a L'orage. ...
... Avignon, we attempted to reserve our spot for leaving Arles and continuing on to Carcassone. But unless we wanted to buy tickets instead of using the pass (which was very expensive) it wasn't going to work. So we asked about using the slower, regional trains. She basically told us it wouldn't be possible to get to Carcassone today from Arles.
But Bryan was pretty sure we could, based on what he had seen on the app, and the way this gal was searching it. So ...