Hotel Restaurant La Porte des Cevennes
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... of paintings in part because there weren’t many (and none by “masters”). I did get really lucky in my visit because there was a three piece orchestra performing in the middle of the building. The place was set up so that I could still view the artwork but I got to listen to the beautiful music as I went. Classical music always seems to stir something inside me and that, coupled with the artwork, made for a visit that was really ...
... arena, and the Maison Carrée. The former is one of three large Roman arena in southern France. The latter is a Roman temple which is said to be the best preserved Roman temple to be found anywhere in the world. The slightly belittling name, which means 'square house' in French, does not really do it justice. As well as these two ...
... During the route planning I chose to follow some more mountain roads up into the national park of les Grand Chausses.
At first the riding is lovely, up onto the high table tops which give the area its name then downw winding country roads through thick forest and up and down steep gorges. It is beautiful. There isn't a cloud in the sky and it is very hot in the valley floors, cooler on ...
... Katie, Olivia and Haz wisely chose to stay in or near the pool!
Arriving at the parking lot it was still hovering around 40 but once you walk into the first narrow alleyway in the medieval town the temperature drops by a good 10 degrees and a slight breeze blows through to make it even more hospitable. Arriving at the café the friendly women right away said, “ah, the missing espadrilles!”. We decided to take another quick look at the book ...
... closely. We picked up our daily baguette and pain au chocolat as well as a few pairs of espadrilles and a toupie for Hazel (a wooden top that works when pulled by a string... simple but sweet). We also managed to find a very nice Nougaterie Artisanal and bought a large slice of french nougat which we are eating slowly and savouring as we do so. Having done the shops and snapped many a photo we had lunch at a ...