Ibis Avignon Centre Gare
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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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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Wednesday is another sunny day and Allen is anxious to visit Roussillon a hill town that was featured in a book he read a long time ago called The Village in the Vaucluse. It is a true story written by a Haverford professor about his time living there in the 1950's. The town is known for the Luberon ochre hills. It was quarried for the red dye that is made from the ochre which is mixed with the sand in the sandstone. At one time 40,000 ...
... for pictures. It really is breathtaking.
We are due in Avignon at 5. We get settled, buy groceries and finally get to dinner at 8. Our place is modern, quiet and comfortable with a nice private backyard. Allen is delighted to be eating something he recognizes and I can't wait for a good night's sleep.
Sunday we have no desire to leave. It is warm and sunny and we have everything we need.
... day, with the coolness emanating from the canal and the shade from the majestic sycamores. Strolling along past the ancient water wheel discovering the history of this picturesque street is an absolute pleasure.
We have had a full day of sightseeing in Avignon and it is a beautiful and very clean city
Residents wish us "Bonjour" everywhere we go, we smile and reply 'Bonjour ...
... building into an amusement ride, pushing people in it up and down the cobble stoned street causing quite a ruckus! It was all part of the fun though, and most nights if we weren’t partying with them, we’d fall into a wine and food coma!
The local school kids even added to the atmosphere, walking around town trying to raise money for their school ball by having people pay to cream pie them in the face! I think we all ended up having a go at this, and ...
... train doing the rounds, we bought some lavender soap in one of the street stalls and looked at the other wares. We heard the popular French nursery rhyme 'Sur le Pont de Avignon' on our way down to Le Pont Saint Benezet- a ruined bridge, built in the Middle Ages. In the heat we sheltered under a olive tree in the courtyard before we walked along the bridge. Some school children were sight seeing too and happily sun the song ...