- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... t got a clue about cooking potatoes except for gnocchi.
We left for Pont du Gard at 2.00 with Ches expecting it would be a brief stop and that we would be home by 3.30.
I don't know why I had always thought that it would just be standing in the countryside and that there would be a viewing platform or somewhere to stop on the roadside. I should know better. Large car and bus park, large ...
... a picturesque medieval village with narrow cobblestone streets, stone buildings, terrace cafes and local craft shops. In summer tourists arrive in droves but in March there were only maybe a hundred. The village clings to exposed rock and above looms the Chateau/Fortress providing a good view of the surrounding area. When we finished there we drove on to the city of Avignon situated on the right bank of the Rhone river. 12,000 ...
... 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 ...
... celebrating Catholicism first reaching these shores, where there are two female saints Marie-Salome and Marie - Jacobie have their remains in the crypt.. The church in its early life was visited by thousands of pilgrims from Italy and probably these pilgrims were the forerunner of the Romanies or Gypsys as we know them. The French call them Gitans and there are a lot of them in this area, which probably accounts for the number of horses we saw.
When we were in the ...
... with the teachers from school – it was a lunch hosted by the Morrocan mothers of the collège (middle school) up the road, in support of a charity for blind children in Morocco. The food was really nice, we had vegetables and a bread roll, followed by some kind of meat in a sauce, and then tea and cakes. Thankfully the teachers offered to pay for me, as they had dragged me along, as I didn’t have my purse with me – I had taken my packed lunch to work and ...