Hotel Les Nevons
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... flowing from under the buildings in the town. There was a very lively market going on when we arrived, with almost anything for sale. Maija bought strawberries to have with breakfast, and also with our tea when we sat in a cafe beside the market (an excuse to use the bathroom!). As we made our way to Gordes, we passed many orchards that were blooming: apples, pears and cherries. Gordes is one of many Villages Perche (perched villages) in ...
... to bring my suit along. By the time we finished at the spa, the sun was out. The 4 of us went for a lovely walk down by the Rhone and then finished with more rose for happy hour in our garden. We had a group dinner at La Galoubet, a very quaint restaurant not far from the hotel. There was no menu in advance as they use whatever is fresh that day and it was fantastic. For an appetizer, I had the pasta which looked ...
... to La Place de la Republique (I think every town in France has one of these). This is where the Hotel de Ville (City Hall) is located. It was built in the 17th C by the architect Mansart, who also built the Palace of Versailles. Beside City Hall is Saint Trophime D'Arles church, which is the starting point of the pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela. It was built between the 12th and 15th C. There are 3 Christian sarcophagi located inside the ...
Flight arrived on time. The meals on BA were awful. Didn't eat anything on the plane, luckily we had a snack before boarding. We had a 4 hour wait for our connection but it seemed to go fairly quickly. Both Dorothy and Maija had their bags checked at security...and saying 'checked' is not strong enough. They took them totally apart, and even took their 100 ml liquids away to put them in a scanner. ...
... level. I only went up one side, partly because we were on the there for an hour, and partly because I figured that the view from both sides would be the same. There is a gate so that you can't walk across, but you can see right along the length of the aqueduct, and backwards through a cave/tunnel where the water used to rush through. You can also walk down to the banks of the river below. There was also a small museum containing archeological findings, but time ran out for us to go ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility