Hotel Le Mandala
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Pets allowed
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... the **************tails. Although we had high expectations they were far from great. Only one bar man and he was preoccupied with some very unsavoury looking men who were intimidating to say the least. This was by far the most expensive hotel on our tour and although huge amounts of money have been spent on design it didn't quite gel as a ...
... a lot of artistic license, as the cafe, to us, was very ordinary. We had coffee and cake at a more enticing cafe around the corner.
After a restful nights sleep, we headed to France’s Vatican. We learned that in the 14th century Avignon was once the capital of the Christian world and where the Popes hung out. Popes, like emperors, like nice stuff and the Palace was pretty massively impressive. We weren’t told why, or which old Pope decided ...
... and ours so we could truly enjoy the company and "spread out" while enjoying our drink (or drinks) of choice! Quite lovely.
Dinner was at Toscana - we were in the back and rather rowdy for such a sedate dining room! We celebrated Lee's birthday in style.
Dinner was sublime - the artichoke timbale was simply out of this world! Just superior...MUST have this recipe - probably takes a LOT of work, but we can do it!
... before arriving in Provence, we were given the impression we'd see people playing all the time but we haven't. We live right next to a private petanque club and we've never seen anyone playing there over the past three weeks! It was fine to try for the experience but I think it's a game for older people - like lawn bowling or curling (no offense to lawn bowlers or curlers). Not that it's important, ...
... I should explain why there is a papal palace in Avignon. It is simple. Back in the 1400s Rome got a bit unstable politically and so the Pope and his minders decided that they should get out there, hence a Papal Palace in Avignon.
After seeing the Papal Palace we got on the road to St Tropez. Along the way we found Europe's biggest salt mine and a stopped to take a look. The salt flats were a brilliant pinkish reddish colour. ...