Hotel du Poete
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As you all know we started hitchhiking on monday. We started in Antwerp and are know in the south of France, it took us three days to get here in Nyons. The people we met in the past days were incredible and very helpfull, all except the people in Paris. They were rude, not helpfull at all and hitchhiking out of Paris was like the Blair witch project movie all over ...
... start of River Sorgue. The spring is 312m deep. When it floods in winter, 150m3 per second races down through the rocks and locks. Today it was only running at about 4.5m3 per second. Still made it interesting watching a duck swimming upstream! There are depth markers quite high up on the cliffs indicating how high the water gets in the floods.
The water is crystal clear and surrounded by very tall limestone cliffs. There were birds nesting in holes in the ...
... 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. Then off to the market at Gordes. As expected, it was difficult to get a park, but finally did and had ...
One of my favourite places I visited in France, Avignon is such a beautiful old city. We stayed at an Air B'n'B rental within the ancient town centre, and were lucky enough to have access to a rooftop patio that looked out over the city toward the Palais de Papes. Had a lovely time strolling along the medieval ramparts, and the gorgeous wall of greenery in the city centre. Nothing bad to say about my visit to Avignon!
... a valley of cedar pines and also observed vineyards, olive groves and many old stone buildings. We walked through Cabrieres, a small little town walking around a Castle and continued the walk through old stoned walled lanes. Finally arriving at a lookout which gave us panoramic views of Gordes and quite spectacular. Gordes is perched up on a rocky spur and has been a strategic military sit. It has been occupied since prehistoric times and later by ...