Ibis Avignon Centre Pont de l'Europe
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... of campsites everywhere!
But we pressed on and after about 20 mins more we found a nice little reserve on the side of the road for a snack for lunch. Parked in the shade of some trees we dug around in the back seat and managed to find some bread, and you guessed it - cheese! Time to try the two new cheeses that we picked up earlier. I think the overall position was that the cows milk cheese was lovely, but it was quite a fresh cheese with a smooth texture and not too ...
... People like me have made comments and cracked jokes at other peoples expense, and in turn, have embedded it in these young girls heads that looks are so important and that people who don't look pretty, shouldn't be your friend. I have heard little European girls walk by someone on the street and say, "Oh my gosh she's so fat" about someone who wouldn't even be considered obese by the BMI; and make comments like, "this girl in my class is really ugly, no ...
... we don’t think any permanent damage was done!, hopefully…). The concrete ceiling beams seem to be even lower than the initial bar to the garage, and we pass under each one expecting to hear contact with our roof. Thankfully, all we hear is our small antenna being bent to the breaking point with each beam, and snapping back in preparation for the next beam. We find a parking space which is so tight that there is less than 1” on ...
... stopped by Nimes for an outside tour of the Roman Amphitheature as there was also summer concerts there.
Then we drove off to our final destination of this south of France trip: Cavanac near Carcassonne, some 2 hours drive away on highway, arriving before 8pm.
... du-Avignon the bridge which was 900m long originally and very impressive for that time. Only 4 arches are left but it was still pretty great. We also saw the beautiful walls which surround the city then walked through the streets to the Hotel de Ville (City hall) and the beautiful theatre building. Next stop Palace of the Popes where the Pope resided from for about 70 years. It's more like a fortress than a palace. ...