Hotel de la Plage
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... She bought a 16th century home and restored it. This was no easy task since it was made with sandstone. It took seven years to finish. She had furnishings like pew seats from a monastery and a carpenter’s table. She turned it into a museum with her father’s paintings band opened it in 2000. Her father died in 2005. In his lifetime he painted 3000 paintings. Most of his painting were done with a knife instead of a ...
... Andrew and Stew went shopping and bought a number of white wines from the large wine aisle in the supermarket, only for us to find that it was the dessert/sweet wine aisle. Plenty of cooking wine anyway. Tina and I had a girls morning in Sarlet to check out the markets and shops and enjoyed a pleasant sit down lunch WITHOUT KIDS! On the Thursday the boys spent the morning golfing and we entertained the kids in the large garden. The ...
... and went through miles of deciduous trees, mostly beech ablaze with colour in the brilliant sunlight.
I tried to take photos but it doesn't do it justice. We then dropped down with a gorge below us until we reached Florac, glowing in the sun, in the valley below limestone rocks.
We had considered staying at ...
Fabulous evening in Avignon and staying right on the square was a wonderful experience. Local revellers where few after the tourists left (we are not tourists, we are deeper than that, and we run). Ran around the walls of the city; Sonja reckons 4 km, I say 3. Stopped on the Rhone to exercise near the Port into the city, then grabbed chocolate & ...
... the Hotel Dieu, which was a hospital built in 1443 by a rich philanthropist to take care of the poor. It was staffed by nuns and later had rooms added to take care of wealthy people to help pay the bills. This hospital ran for 550 years! It closed for good in 1971, when the last patient left. We then went over to the Collegiate Notre-Dame, the local Cathedral. It was ...