Hotel Le Louvre

Place du Marche , Sault, Vaucluse, Provence, 84390 , France | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by mek1


... their bishopric. There is a very large monolith which is now in the center of the village. The cathedral was built on the top of this rocky prominence and initially surrounded by wooden fences but eventually stone walls. The town grew up around the base of the rock. The town has been preserved as a historical landmark. Only 30% of the buildings are occupied. The cathedral was started in 400 AD. It was originally built in the ...

A glorious chateau and lovely scenery.

A travel blog entry by yurgo56


... been together now for twelve days, although we left her parked in Annecy for two days. Annecy was a much, much quieter town this morning as the long weekend was over. It would have been nice to lounge around without the crowds, but we have to move on. This is our third castle we have stayed in and by far the flashiest. I am so glad we got here early to soak it all ...

Cave of Saint-Marcel-d'Ardèche

A travel blog entry by brisbird


... different feature. The one at the Hall of Gours was especially nice as it had the pools changing colours to the music. I was huffing after the final 200 or more step climb! Back out in the bright sunshine we decided to head for a nearby prehistoric zoo that was supposed to have a nearby restaurant. On the way, we were driving through the Balcon des Gorges national park, where we stopped a number of times to take in the expansive ...

Nimes revisited

A travel blog entry by brisbird


... with a view of the building. We both ordered the cafe lunch plate of the day a Salmon Bernaise, after the waiter gave us a sneak peak at one for another customer. As we were eating lunch, I started to hear the beating if drums, then music, and before long a procession of young children in their favourite costumes comes around the back of the roman building and stops in the square right in front of our cafe. It was lovely to sit and enjoy this festival music and see the children ...

Rob's Birthday

A travel blog entry by roprysa


... country side of vineyards, probably the most beautiful part of province yet, well maybe on par with L'isle-sur-la-Sorgue. We spotted many a chateau with very inviting pools along the walk, so tempting. Our last destination was a town called, Vaison la Romaine, it had a large medieval city within. Another town and another festival, luckily for us, we were early enough to find a park. We walked through the Main Street, and across ...


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