Hotel Les Nevons
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... flowing to Nimes per day. As we walked on the middle level over the aqueduct we noticed etchings in some of the sandstone that had been done by the builders, the tool of use and their names and it is crazy that 2,000 years later their mark is still there for all to see, kind of like putting your kids footprints or handprints in concete, to last forever. We wandered toward the museum and saw some people taking photos of a tree, yeh odd right, so of course we started ...
... They have purchased divine chocolates from a local chocolatier and we walk with them on our way back to the car to purchase a selection, But sadly it is only 1.30 and the shop is closed as is the custom and we forgo the delights of chocolate. We definitely will be returning to Aix en Provence. Not to trip over but to take in the sights in such a quaint little town. The floral gardens were absolutely gorgeous in this very touristy village.
... It was a lovely walk up the hill to the originating point though and we enjoyed refreshments at Restaurante Phillipe on the way back.The other villages are all medieval, hilltop, yet individual.Gordes was very impressive as it is all stone, the walls, buildings, and many of the streets.The views on approach to the town are sensational.
Lacoste was added to the list of places to visit by the boys in the ...
... lasagne and salad, followed by home poached pears and ice-cream and a very nice coffee. Next stop Musée de la lavande in the little town of Coustellet which was 10 mins drive from Gordes. Trace drove this leg of the trip. We were following the directions of the GPS (must give her a name) and we went down a road that we couldn't get through. they were doing road work and we saw the signs but of course couldn't translate them. So Trace got her first ...
... enjoying drinks and lunch. We made our way to Montpellier's Arc de Triomphe. Across the road was the Place Royale du Peyrou - a park lined with trees cut square to be hedge like and at the far end a Roman aqueduct. We made our way back to the car, stopping for a quick lunch on the way. 2. Pont du Gard - the tallest aqueduct in the Roman world built nearly 2000 years ago. It is 360m long and 50m above the river below. The river below was full of families ...