Hotel du Poete
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... why, well guess what, the tree is an olive tree that has been dated over 1,000 years old, OMG. Glad we got the shot. I have to be honest, personally I wasn't enthralled by this aqueduct and I think that maybe that was because yesterday we discovered a little treasure at Castries, we found the source of the aqueduct and saw the finish and today for me personally today I saw a bridge with no beginning and no end, I know the history and the importance and significance ...
Tuesday September the 16th
Off we go in the tiny car to Arles. It is very early morning and beautifully cool and crisp. The morning is clear and bright but there is not too much to see in Arles, on reflection i think we may have been a bit early as there are some really interesting things to see, and i put it on our list to do on our next visit.
We venture onto Nimes where we visit the Roman arena. I am horrified to find that bullfighting is still ...
... It looks beautiful with possible walking / hiking options, as well as the possibility of hiring kayaks to paddle along to the next town! Plus restaurants and cafes – agreed that this sounds ideal place for lunch.
Breakfast great as usual - mini crepes as the extra treat today (yum). Some serious debate about what the treat might be tomorrow – as we seem to have rotated through most of the typical French pastry treats we can think of. ...
... was decided to construct a wall, guarded day and night so that the plague would not enter into Comtat Vemaissin (lands here owned by the Pope). 800 men from the Royal and Papal troops stood guard and the wall was never breached. We found the perfect spot for lunch under some cedars and enjoyed those baguettes that we had purchased this morning. Once finished we were once again pounding the tracks and on our destination to Gordes. Through the day we ...
... rushing, clear water of the Sorgue set against the town and the enclosing mountains in the background. We crossed the bridge and decided to go see the source of the Sorgue, which is what really put this town on the tourist map. The Sorgue is the major river of the Vaucluse and one of the major rivers of the world in terms of output volume. We walked uphill through town and the gauntlet of tourist shops and restaurants lining either side of the road. We passed ...