Ibis Avignon Centre Gare
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
TravelPod Member ReviewsIbis Avignon Centre Gare
Air conditioning wasn't cool. Location was perfect and had free parking at the back. It was clean and did the trick. The first room they tried to give us was a triple and smelled of smoke so we moved to room 234.
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... or in states of repair, but all of them were beautiful. We could walk the wall and enjoy the panoramic views below us; the city the river the outer areas and the mountains in the distance. An artist had put photos in all of the rooms which added a bit of a modern art spin to the ancient place. Retuning to our hotel with some French treats we took advantage of having a pool and took a swim in the cool water. I finally starting reading some of my new book ...
... in almost pitch-blackness, then suddenly a scene begins to appear all around you, over you, including you, and covering the floor and the walls and the pillars.....quite fantastic! And all the time there is appropriate loud classical music playing. It was quite fascinating to just watch the people. Most were pretty-much speechless, almost mesmerised, and just wandered around saying nothing, or muttering superlatives. At one stage, the scene became fast-falling water, all ...
... exploration on foot. Not a lot to see really, but we had some lunch and pressed on to Banon. Again, very scenic. We stopped at Banon and had a wander around - this village is at the highest point of that particular stage of the Tour. It's a small village with a couple of shops and we stopped for a coffee and an explore, but then set off back to base. Our GPS took us on ...
... and another bucket list item is complete. We quickly headed back to the ship in case we missed lunch! Next we boarded a bus to go to Pont du Gard which is the remains of part of a roman aquaduct where it crosses a river. It was massive! What a feat of engineering. On one side they have added to it to enable people to walk across it without damaging the original construction. What a ...
... in Provence were mainly made of stone and had a very similar look throughout; whereas the ones in Tuscany were painted with different colours and were the typical 3-4 storey buildings with apartments and shops on the ground floor.
After we had our fill of Gordes, we drove to our last stop, Rousillion. Rousillion was quite similar to Gordes with the exception that all buildings were red in colour because of the red soil in the area. People claim that Rousillion is ...