Hotellerie Notre Dame de Lumieres
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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We walked around Arle and looked at the ruins & gorgeous buildings and houses.
We then drove to Pont du Gard and back to Avignon.
We went for a long walk, looking in shops, watching buskers and checking out the menus at restaurants.
We decided to buy dinner and headed back to the hotel and ate it at the common room.
Back in the room we discussed and planned what to do over the next week. ...
... didn't even swim when we got back. Paul crashed out, the girls watched a movie and I cooked pasta (our staple - I'm still on the 3kg bag I brought with us from Tesco) The girls perked up after food and Scarlett & Gen had a competition to see how many mini Milka bars they could devour in 3 mins. Scarlett won consuming 9, Gen was a close second with 8! We all showered, Cece had a bath and we took to our beds - shattered but happy. ...
... I collapsed in a heap on the bed. Sometime later I realised I hadn't died and was actually capable of going for a walk so I set off towards the Palace of the Popes (so called because Avignon was the seat of the popes from 1309 to 1403 due to Italy being viewed as too dangerous at that time (though from 1378 to 1493 there were two popes, one here and one in Italy).
On top of the hill, past the plazas, the Palace and everything ...
... takes us through the Calavon Valley, reaching the Petit Luberon we climb above the valley which gives us stunning views. We pass the stone ruins of "Bories" and farmhouses along the way. The path leads us to the medieval village of Lacoste, crowned with the ruins of the castle of the Marquis de Sade, hovering above a labyrinth of tiny cobbled streets and centuries old entrance gates. Here Netty, Peter, Aunty Mary and I stopped at "cafe de Sade" for lunch. We enjoyed the Pâté ...
... snapped a couple of pictures of Tyler and Kayla gazing out over the valley. I am trying to get as many pictures of Tyler as possible without interfering with the time that she has to hang out with friends. We weaved out of Baux so that we could get to Avignon for lunch and on our way down the mountain our bus bottomed-out on one corner resulting in a series of screams from students. The decline was so steep that Manuel had to adjust the hydraulics at the front of the bus ...