Ibis Budget Aubenas
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... it was Sunday, in Uzes the shops were closed because it was Monday, today the castle was closed because it was Tuesday, what will tomorrow bring?) We saw a very interesting wash house and meeting place for women, where the clothes were scrubbed on the outer rim, then washed in the soapy section before passing to the rinsing section, all while they stood around the circle nattering. We saw a community bread oven where residents were charged ...
... and emerald-green wooded hillsides.
This morning you'll arrive in Viviers—the gateway to Provence—where you’ll enjoy a closer look at this charming town on an included walking tour. Then you'll have free time to explore on your own.
... daughter Flora and her little girl Lucie; Flora's husband David; and his parents (didn't catch the dad's name), another Francoise and the French Hilary DuVey Michelline. We didn't do much while we were there, but had some lovely meals. The spit roast pork was a particular highlight. It was a real gem, and I'm very glad we ...
... the old part of the city. We viewed from below the stunning Basilica on the hill and made plans to come back and climb up to see it.
We only got 3 hours in Paris so after consulting the map we decided that we would see the Eiffel tower and Notre Dame and enjoy the walk and take in Paris. Another surreal experience, just not believing we were in Paris walking along the Seine River. As we approached Notre Dame we noticed the padlocks on the bridge with ...
... 23: Pont de Gard
A bit of a relaxing day today, and no driving. We biked to the Pont de Gard, the beautiful Roman aquaduct over the Gordan, then across it’s little bridge and south about 5 kms to Remoulins, then back to the campground. Remoulins was a small town, but did have a pretty little medieval area with a few 12th C buildings. Spring has sprung, so the afternoon was spent just soaking up some sun at the campground.
We plan to bike over to the Pont again at ...