Hotel Le Mediterranee
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Our third stop for our race is France. It was a 17 hour flight with stops in Nairobi and Paris. Anie fell asleep right away on the first flight since she was exhausted from the activities in South Africa, leaving Clarke to get her mind of the fact she was on a plane on her own. She knew she wouldn’t be able to fall asleep as quickly as Anie did so she read a book and listened to music. Luckily on ...
Embark on a half-day excursion into the Camargue. Lined with sandbars and reed-covered marshes, the Camargue is Europe’s largest delta, a dramatic landscape caught between land and sea. The keepers of this land are its gardians, akin to our cowboys. They live here with their families, often several generations together, carving out lifestyles in sync with the land, following the ...
Your ship cruises through the early morning hours to Arles, where you'll disembark for a tour of the town which was so beloved by Vincent van Gogh. As you explore, you'll encounter signs indicating places rendered in Van Gogh's works. Here you'll find still standing the Cafe l’Alcazar, the establishment where the artist stayed and used the manager, Madame Ginoux, as his model for his painting ...
... not wanting to offend them or my wallet. We blamed ourselves concluding we were simply far from connoisseurs and sat there to finish the expensive bottle of red we purchased, the same one they had given us, making us blush.
The bottle of red, and then some, is what I blame for our Brittany Spears / Edward Scissorhands moment when we returned to the villa. More than tipsy, I stumbled across Tracey (Brittany) in the bathroom with a chunk of hair in one hand and the clippers ...
... in a full circle, though many of the top arches are missing. However, one of it's most striking features is how low it sits in relation to the rest of the town. The base of the building, originally built at the ancient street level, is a good 20' below the modern street, showing how, over time, the rest of the town has quite literally grown up around the ancient building. After a solid night's sleep, I caught the train this morning back ...