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Tom was going to be on a very short leash today. He still managed to provide misinformation that for the second day in a row set us off on the wrong road at the same roundabout. Despite this, it was a quiet and un-eventful drive across country and up the motorway to Orange.
It was market day and ...
... we were set. The Roman town is the largest in France and covers 150 acres, most of it still under the existing lower town, and 17 acres have been excavated.
Just inside the entrance to the first site "Puymin", is “Maison A l'Apollon Laure”. It’s 2,000 m2 and probably larger as extensions are believed to be under the street and houses across the road. Nevertheless, the 2,000 that is visible raises ...
... and I didn't see any locals so they must take their siesta seriously. This town is so unspoilt that you feel like you are on a movie set and is definitely a major highlight of the trip despite what Gunther thinks. We didn't see one car in the old town nor any evidence of where one would park, no bikes or obvious garbage bins, no advertising signage. Viviers became the seat if the bishopric in the 5th century and the Cathedral of Saint Vincent ...
... when they got back at a out 6pm. They had a lovely afternoon and said it was a beautiful town. They managed to find our cakes for the day (as well as pigging out on 2 others each). Today I had a pink macaroon filled with raspberries. After a dinner of tomato on toast and our cake we packed our bags ready to set off tomorrow. Today was overcast and about 23 degrees. Tonight it rained and there was thunder and ...
... have taken us around 15-20 minutes to clear the city took nearly 45. Mike had to reset the gps a couple of times as even it got confused and refused to work. A little frustrating but we got it in the end.
The Luberon is a mountainous region east of Avignon and is a little like Tuscany in that the towns are often perched on top of hills. The main difference though is Tuscany has small hills, the Luberon has big mountains. It's also a very big ...