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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... so we made it happen. Taking Fifi around the tiny cliff side roads was a bit nerve racking at first but people drove responsibly and so did I. We arrived in a super cute town where we got a map and some advice on what to see. Here she suggested going to a look out, then a small looped road for more views then to the main lake. The first view point you could see how vast the canyon is, breathtaking. We drove through a couple other ...
... with squid and prawns, and chocolate mousse. The mousse wasn't as rich as expected. We especially liked that they started off the meal with not only bread, but with radishes and butter. It was a nice provencal snack which we had read about but not encountered yet.
The main sites in Arles are Roman ruins - amphitheater, theater, baths. We've already been other places and seen larger, more impressive ruins so didn't bother paying ...
... shank, accompanied by enough couscous to feed a small village, and a huge bowl of
rich meaty broth w vegetables. Had to admit defeat before the plates were
cleaned. It was unbelievably tasty. Rex had lamb skewers w the ubiquitous salad
and fries. We rolled ourselves out and a
little further down the road visited an ice-cream shop,
and had a modest single scoop each to slurp at on the walk home. I swear
if we eat much more we'll have to wear the ...
An excellent description of our home for 4 nights. Our little apartment is well located in the heart of the old town amid historic buildings and many, many restaurants.
After settling in, we wandered the town, getting our bearings and people watching. Saturday seemed to be nonstop weddings at the town hall as wedding parties seem to come and go every few minutes.
Sunday we had a behind the scenes tour (in French!) of the Palais des Papes. I understand about ...
... of the Palace is a really hideous huge sculpture that soars up before our shocked eyes. I feel it has no relevance to the ancient building and it assaults us with its crudeness. I sit in the coolness of the Cloisters and wonder what significance this ungainly construction has to the breath taking palace behind it. The Rue des Teinturiers is a picturesque street paved with stones from the Durance River. It starts at the city walls and follows the ...