Hotel de la Poste
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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An interesting thing happened overnight. Ches woke up declaring that she didn't want to visit any more large towns. This echoed what I had said yesterday as we returned from Sete. I suspect she doesn't include Aix--en-Provence in that as she hasn't forgiven me for not stopping there in 2000. She did and does include Nimes. Despite there being many Roman attractions, I couldn't face the traffic.
It's hard to believe that it's March 14th and our time in Continental Europe will soon be over. Our 90 days will come to an end and we will be settled into new digs in Ireland. The past two weeks have been spent roaming around the beautiful French countryside discovering the many villages and towns in the area. Provence is a short drive away and we have seen lavender fields with their neat rows of gray-green foliage but it would be ...
... line at 1200mtrs. At each twist and turn we continued to be stunned by the beauty and grandeur of this Grotte. I won't waffle on about the beauty of this place but if you are ever here in this gorgeous country the trip the Aven d'Orgnac is well worth it. After this little country trip we headed back to Nimes so hubby could get his first haircut in 2 months and those of you who know him well know he gets a hair cut every month, he is looking fresh and sexy ...
... a dress shop just around the corner, and voila! The first one we saw in the shop that I tried on, I decided was the one! Of course with my indecisiveness there was a bit of umming and ahhing, but with Anna’s reassurance and help the deal was done. Thank you Anna for all your help. I think our persistence paid off, and I love the fact that I bought my wedding dress with you in Nimes! Now I just have to keep it hidden from Mikey for the next few months!
... and have a nice casual wander through the narrows streets of Nimes, this is a lovely city...... Then back home again and a very nice dinner outside under the big tree. Another job everyday is to head down to the village square and fill up all our water bottles, I have added a photo of us doing that one night, mixing it with some of the locals. ....