Hotel des Sources
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... br> We stayed in there for a hour. When we went into the car Jingles was in there, he got into the car.
Then we went to look at a village inside castle walls.
On the last day we went to Avignon. It was FREEZING!
The wind felt like snow. We walked all around the area.
There was markets and merry-go-round's. We caught a train on road and went all around town.
When you awaken this morning, you'll find yourself in Avignon. Set off on a walking tour to discover the City of Popes. For most of the 14th century, the popes left the turmoil of Rome and installed themselves in this calm possession of the Catholic Church. In Avignon, beginning with Clement V (who was born here), they built residences, chateaux, a ...
Visiting Arles, one of the most distinctive towns in enchanting Provence, is like journeying back to ancient Rome. The town is filled with landmarks and ruins dating from its periods of Roman domination that began in 30 BC. Here, you'll view the outside of the colossal hilltop Roman amphitheater, where 21,000 spectators thrilled to gladiator fights in the first century ...
Decided to stay closer to home today after a long day of driving yesterday, and so glad we did!
Tuesday 2nd Sep
Sam: What a lovely day today – our last day in Provence has been perfect! Mitch did some research while having his early morning coffee about towns in the area and found info about Fontaine du Vaucluse - a small town about 10km away, with a small gorge and a gushing natural spring (the starting point for the beautiful ...
... clothes before Fiona invited us to her house The first 45 minutes was to be the hardest challenge, but in fact the group held well and managed the climb to 'Mur de la Peste' (Wall of the Plague). It was on the 26th May 1770, that the ship Le Grand Saint-Antoine arrived in Marseille via the Orient. It bought with it the plague that ended up killing half the population of Marseille, as well as spreading outwards into the interior of Provence. In March ...