Hotel Restaurant La Porte Des Cevennes
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... the town we were driving up skinny alleys which a single horse and cart would have found difficult to get up! Old residences from the early 10 th century and before so close to the car! Finally after travelling through a maze of lane ways like this we laid eyes on the Coleseum, well trying to get a park was another thing and getting a photo with a car up your **** is impossible so we took in the view for a moment or two and got the hell back to our ...
From: kevin learmonth
Sent: Thursday, 4 June 2015 5:32 a.m.
... was steep and very hot but so worth it. The caves have the most beautiful rock formations I have seen in any cave. The best part was having the caves to ourselves in the most part as the sensible French had gone to lunch! Next up we should have walked round a museum at Le Mas Souberyran but decided against it and headed down to the vibrant town of Anduze and home. Highlight today was definitely the caves but also meeting an English couple on ...
... were going to conquer the next empty stall and claim it as there own! Luckily in the largest parking lot farthest from the centre of town (and where the Brocantes market had taken place) there were lots of empty spots and Rob quickly found the girls and headed for the market. This consisted of many many stalls of fruit, olives, soap, clothes, fish, saucise, jewellery, pottery, fabrics, spices, cd's, and all sorts of other things… spread out along the narrow ...
... The Girl Who Circumnavigated Fairyland in a Ship of Her Own Making by Catherynne M. Valente (read by Katie to the girls), The Three Musketeers - unabridged by Alexandre Dumas (Rob… and Zoe when her dad is not reading), as well as several swimming sessions, eating good food, round robin ping ponging and family petanque-ing (French equivalent of bocci but with smaller metal balls). A very nice day and all within 25 minutes of our house!