Le Pavillon Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... to Paris she was able to fall asleep for the night. When we got to Paris we noticed that it was very urban (developed, non rural). Our activity for our time in Paris was to visit the Parisian Catacombs. The catacombs create an underground labyrinth, that used to be a quarry with an absolute distance (physical distance between two points) of 2 km. The catacombs hold about 6-7 million Parisians as ...
... a castle fortress overlooks a wide beach. We explored a bit, ate a bit, and rode home along the coastal route enjoying beautiful views of the ocean all along the ride. This day was almost 50 miles long, and had probably close to 5000 feet of climbing. The road was so beautiful and the weather so perfect that we didn't really even notice we had done that much work. This night was "guest choice" for dinner. In other words, Trek sent us out on our ...
... shiny big ones we see in the supermarket have to grow somewhere.
The aire was easy to find, with all the usual facilities. There is a compromise with aires, or in fact any parking area. We like shade for the sake of comfort in the van. It can get very hot and without hookup or generator, we cannot use the air conditioning. But if we ...
... Dad that he is, then drove us down through the mountains to the coast south of Arles, to the Camargue. The Camargue is an absolutely amazing wetland area, that has been classified as a biosphere reserve by UNESCO and also RAMSAR listed. It can be found between the two arms of the Rhone River Delta and the Mediterranean Sea and has three distinct zones: an area north of the Delta used for cultivation (grapes, rice) , salt banks in the west and lagoons in the south. ...
... including some tired old boats that hadn't moved in decades! Many were being used as weekend homes and some had been converted to Bed and Breakfast hotels. The bicycles we rode were old and tired, too, bringing Rosemarie's 86- year-old Uncle Cliff to mind. He collects broken old bikes, repairs them and gives them to needy children. As we had so much fun riding our old rentals, it occurred to us that the kids who received old bikes repaired ...