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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... long in Arles. Although it was an interesting place, it was a little too crowded with tourists for us. Let's have a drive along the Rhône and find a quiet place to eat. Quick drive up to Beaucaire (once our satnav had sorted out the one way and pedestrian systems of Arles.) Two ways of travelling through Beaucaire rive gauche and rive droite. Droite is commercial and gauche is ...
... we zoned in on a suitable establishment, hurried up to the unsuspecting waitress and mumbled something about "je voudrais un tableau pour deux". Much to our surprise, her response of "sure, which one would you like" pointing to a myriad of seating variations and proceeded to converse in eeengleeesh like a native. Despite the setback, we persevered with our one sided French conversation, and with an even feinter mumbled "un pression du beer, et un 7UP, et un carafe d'leau ...
... as, like many French language learners in Canada, the medieval folk song 'Sur le Pont d'Avigon' was drilled into my head along with more contemporary titles such as 'Violette en Bicyclette' and 'Le Tournesol'. So we did, walking out onto the bridge to dance and the along the city wall and out through the historic gatehouse.
Our return to Miramas was slightly complicated by rush-hour traffic, but other than that, a great day for a visit to the city of the 'Pont'!
... dish, we now know how this town supports 3 Boulangerie.
Ches just interrupted the journal to ask if I wanted cheese in my baguette with the pate. This is Brie de Meaux. $$60-70.00 a kilo at home and $20.00 here. No thank you, I'll have the cheese unadulterated please.
When we finished eating, the couple at the adjoining table introduced themselves as Germans who have a holiday house in Paradou. The sign announcing that you are ...
... where you can enjoy light lunches or is a breezy place to write your notes and enjoy the sun on your face. For our first dinner on board we sat with two American couples bent on telling us stories of their families wartime dramas and their religious leanings. Our servers are Lucas and Ivo who have already memorized our names and strive with grins and laughter to satisfy our culinary desires. I have lamb done to perfection and Rose tries the sea bass. Why is it Americans will often ...