Ibis Styles Avignon Sud
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... frozen all day. horrible, it was horrible. all i can think about during the entire ride was..... finishing the ride. yuck.
Again, just so you get it, these HEADWINDS are terrible, especially when cycling by yourself as there is no one to share the brunt of the wind with. Today's wind was awful. But just step back to yesterdays ride for a second....to give you an example of what i have been up against. I had planned a 10k or so part of the ride by the ...
... for tourists so i spend some time there. but essentially i just eat, drink coffee (very small coffees, they don't big ones over here), read and sleep or the two days.
I had planned to go to Avignon by train. i bought the train ticket from the machine only to find out that there are engineering works and there is bus replacement service (does this remind anyone of a certain city in the UK) which takes 1hr20 rather than the 30 mins by train. i find this out after ...
... ici!!! je vais deposer mes trucs chez lui; son frere vient nous rejoindre et on sen va au pont du Gare, ca ete construit au milieu du premier siecle, vous imaginez?!?! cest malade, cetait un aqueduc! et pas loin, il y avait des olivier datant de lan 908. ouff cest pas jeune jeune! oh et appareme,nt que cest pas bon des olives directement comme ca a voir la face des deux freres qui recrachent! ...
... is rigorously scrutinized and tested before the wine is able to be labelled Chateauneuf du Pape. We got to taste and then buy some, it is beautiful but very potent wine! In the afternoon, we visit Fontaine de Vaucluse which is a very deep and a bit mysterious water source up in the hills. No one is quite sure where the water comes from and tests to establish its source have been unsuccessful. There is also a paper mill there ...
... in the trees as it would have been very tough doing this climb in the heat. I looked up the road and I could now see what was meant by the "moonscape". It was like a desert up there, made up of small, white rocks that make it look like sand from afar. Only a few shrubs scattered here and there and of course, the large tower right at the peak.
There were lots of professional photographers taking pictures of all the riders that morning but having seen ...
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- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed