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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... chair and writing paper and encourage visitors to visit down and write a letter to someone and post it. They want to revive the art of letter writing - good luck with that! We couldn't visit the castle as it is closed Tuesdays, although they had arranged to open it for us. It is only a fake castle anyway as the original castle was destroyed in the French Revolution and this replacement built in the 19th century. (In Arles the shops were ...
After breakfast, join an exclusive Discovery Series discussion about the activities of the French Resistance in the Rhone Valley during World War II.Mid-morning, you'll come aboard and your France River Cruise continues along the Rhone, passing vineyards, farmhouses, ...
We spent the weekend with Dad and Brigitte at Villa Castanea in Genestelle. Wow, what an amazing place. I've never been in a house with such a beautiful setting. The girls loved the pool, and we loved the views from the terrace. There were also some French friends there: Brigitte's son Adrian; J-F the cyclist and his wife ...
... the river the buildings became older and the river offered spectacular views of city along the river and the old city up along the hills. We just caught the Monday market along the river as they were packing up but had a quick look. With the time we had left before we had to jump back on the train to catch the last bus to Pont Saint Esprit, we managed to find the Cathedrale St Jean and square, the ancient Roman ruins and roam the cobblestone lanes and ...
... as I write this evening, as we spent the afternoon catching up on laundry and doing some tune-ups on the bikes.
The plan is to spend 2 or 3 nights here, seeing the bridge and exploring the little towns in the area, at least a day each in Nimes and Avignon, and then to Arles on Saturday for their market day. The campsite is on off-season rates of just under 20 Euro per night, which is manageable for a few nights despite us getting used to the free camping habit.