Le Cadran Solaire

Address: 5, Rue de Cabaret Neuf, Graveson, Provence, 13690, France | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 5, Rue de Cabaret Neuf, Graveson, is near Pope's Palace (Palais des Papes), St. Paul de Mausole, Domaine des Bernardins, and La Folie du Pain.
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    Travel Blogs from Graveson

    Saturday market Arles

    A travel blog entry by seanix on Sep 12, 2015

    5 comments, 9 photos

    We had heard that the Saturday market in Arles was the largest in the region and it certainly was good. We didn't linger today over the non-food stalls although there were plenty of them. Rather we did some fairly targeted shopping for the lunch table. The most striking thing for me was what seemed like acres of garlic surrounded by various kinds of shallots and onions. Next, the variety of oysters and shellfish and ...

    La Tournee de Vin -Provence

    A travel blog entry by gigicoulton on Sep 11, 2015

    10 photos

    ... a fancy plate of caramelised fennel and tomatoe. All just superb. The lads had desserts of granache tart and citron meringue. I had a spare spoon. The granache tart had caramelised granache grapes on a tart with creme fraise. Superb. It ended a wonderful day with a Marc liqueur from the area. We then climbed (albeit slowly) back up to the top of the hill to enjoy the church lights over the ruins and the ancient village. A wonderful experience in one of the most beautiful places in the ...

    Such a perfect day, I'm glad I spent it with you

    A travel blog entry by cruising2010 on Sep 08, 2015

    79 photos

    ... the 100 BC bridge, the drystone walls and the entrance gates on all four points of the compass at St Remy de Provence. But even earlier than that were the shepherd's shelters (like beehives with doors, though they vary in size to ones big enough to rent out as holiday homes), which are three thousand years old dating back to the bronze age. We drove for scores of kilometres under avenues of tall plane trees, passed through ...

    Vaison-la Romaine

    A travel blog entry by galgano47 on Apr 08, 2015

    19 photos

    ... foundation of the monument or as sarcophagi or as building materials. The work of destruction and oblivion was so complete that at the beginning of the Renaissance there was nothing left of the monument two arches, repeated reports by scholars and travelers. Not until the nineteenth century and the establishment of a national structure to inventory the monuments of France to the theater again arouses interest. Its size and ...

    Avignon---So You Want to Be Pope?

    A travel blog entry by wiseowltoo on Jul 26, 2014

    6 comments, 30 photos

    ... away for use of the structure as a stables – the frescos were covered over and largely destroyed – ironically this ensured the shell of the building's physical survival. It was only vacated in 1906, when it became a national museum. It has been under virtually constant restoration ever since.The Palais TodayThe Palais is today a palace of culture and primarily a tourist attraction, attracting around 650,000 visitors per annum, putting it regularly in the top ...