Hotel Lou Mistralou
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... isn’t any "old" growth. The path is clear and we come out upon a marvelous view to the south. It’s hazy but still beautiful. Getting out in nature is important to me. It renews me after so many hill towns, chateaux, and historical markers. After a couple of hours we head home refreshed, drop into the patisserie for dessert for dinner and buy a top up voucher for my phone. The patisserie lady helps us get the phone topped ...
... as many places as we can physically fit in.
Palace de Papes is our first calling point. Not only is the final combination the largest Gothic building of the Middle Ages, it is also one of the best examples of the International Gothic
architectural style in Europe.
In the forecourt of the Palace is a really hideous huge sculpture that soars up before our shocked eyes. I feel it has no relevance to the ancient building and it assaults us with ...
... taste! And speaking of the digestive, the equally as important French aperitif definitely became part of our daily ritual in Nimes and all of France for that matter. Pastis (51 was our pick) wasn’t to everyone’s liking at the start of our feria week, but by the end of it, I think most of us had grown a taste for it!
We ventured outside of Nimes on a few occasions with an interesting day trip to Pont du Gard – an amazing architectural ...
... that when you picked up a slice greasy cheese poured off of it onto your plate, and then STILL when you bit into the slice there was too much cheese and you had to pull more off. That, and the spigot for the chilli oil they brought to the table along with the mush of cheese was caked in solidified grease. We couldn't wait to leave Apt and return to our apartment, but even Google Maps was against us. It directed us up a steep, gravel-strewn hill with a hairpin curve at the top and ...
ST. REMY DE PROVENCE, JUNE 5
This morning we drove about 45 minutes to St. Remy to visit Maison de Saint Paul. This is a former sanitarium where Vincent Van Gogh spent two years. Their theory was that painting was restorative for those with mental instability. He did hundreds of paintings while he was here including his famous irises, olive trees, and starry nights. This is a beautiful ...