Hotel de Paris
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We awoke t be in Avignon and low and behold once again we had a vessel attach to outside our window. River cruising has become so popular that mown the river boats have to moor to each other at times and then the guests walk through the vessel closest to the dock to get to land, the first time this happened it was ,a bit off putting but we have adjusted to it. Avignon also dates back ...
... place on Saturdays is where all fruit and vegs and meats are bought,once again the produce n this area is magnificent. Part of our walking tour was that we would have a surprise when we opened a door! Our surprise was Pierre who was out tour guide ,along with his wife are competition ballroom dancers. The door we opened was in the town hall in the Italian room ,which as painted with murals etc. Pierre and his wife Annabella danced ...
... when Australian troops finally halted the German offensive of march 1918. Since the construction of the Victoria School in 1927 and the inauguration of the memorial in 1938, public and private links with Australia have grown steadily stronger.
The immense Australian Memorial, inaugurated in 1938, (the site each year of the commemoration of Anzac Day), outside the town reflect the vital contribution of the Australian troops and the links which ...
... headed to a locally owned chateau called Chateau Bernateau which is in Saint-Emilion. Saint Emilion is one of “THE” wine growing areas in France, it is named after a the monk Emilion a travelling confessor famous for his miracles who was embarrassed by his power and wanted to escape the lime light. At this Chateau we had another four wines followed by a cheese, bread and ham picnic provided by Tim on the outside chairs under the trees, of course a wine was provided ...
... des Beaux Arts, a wonderful art museum in Rouen. It was about a mile from our hotel in a different direction than we had traveled previously. We immediately noticed that the streets were nearly deserted on Sunday morning, quite a difference from Saturday afternoon when you couldn't stir the people with a stick! We passed an amazing looking Gothic cathedral along the way. In any other town, it would be the focal point and their pride and joy; here, it's ...