Hotel de la Poste
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Well, it all fit back in the suitcases! That is the bonus in my world! :-) We left about 8:00am and headed to St. Tropez. The boats were huge and the breeze was welcome. Wandered around to see what the area was all about-some very nice places to spend your money. Lunch was from an upscale French version of Subway. I am so sorry if I offended anyone but I was trying to find a way to describe this place! We enjoyed just sitting by the ...
... had meant that the pile of stone was still sitting on the drive!! We decided that with 3 people the job would be a lot easier……it was one of the hardest jobs on this trip! The granite stones were only about 4-5 inches square and we needed to cover an area of about 40 square metres. The temperature was a good 30 degrees and we were in full sun all day. I was wheelbarrowing the sand and the granite blocks whilst Paul & Mark had the arduous task of ...
... off and going no where fast! We are left to wonder why this very charming village had a railway and grand Gare in the first place. Hopefully someone will let us know. Day 3. Not sure yet what may happen today as Clive's trying to work out the French words for "Bung me up"! It maybe a trip to one of the numerous pharmacies for the opposite type of popular medication or another gentle bike ride. Not too sure if Frogs legs tonight is wise though. Time will tell ...
From the Gorge of Verdon at 500m altitude, we headed down to the coast to visit Avignon, Pont Du Gard and Nimes before driving into Languedoc from Haute Provence.
There was huge traffic jam getting into Avignon, and no parking as there was festivities there, so we headed off ...
... to be a loop day, around the area near Uzes, going through Cavillargues, Saint Laurent la Vernède and Saint Quentin la Poterie. As we mentioned earlier, the timing of a lunch break is an art that we had not yet learned, so we ended up with a strange solidified cheese and ham croissant from the only open shop in town. After our 60km+ ride, we found ourselves back in Uzes at 3pm - with everything ...