Ibis Avignon Centre Pont de l'Europe
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... of her guides before, but I will look them up. Dinner here was good. Now, one glass of white and one of red later, I'm ready for bed. The white was okay, but I really liked the red. It was "just" house wine at €2.30 a glass, but I think it was Pinot. I'll probably go back to the same restaurant tomorrow to try it again tomorrow. Gosh, I like this holidaying ...
... the van Gogh tour, as he actually spent some time here and completed several of his works of art.
This is an interesting little tour and worth doing if you have the time, and definitely if you're a fan of van Gogh.
We arrived just after midday and just missed the farmers markets near the Tourist Information ...
Weekend trip to catch up with some mates.
We simply wandered around the streets of central Nimes, which is a small town with quite a large Ancient Roman influence.
Most of the time was spent around the Arena and the nearby streets, visiting cafes, restaurants and shops.
The 'icon' of this little town is a palm tree and a crocodile.
Unfortunately, most things were ...
... Nice comes from Nike, Goddess of Victory because the town was originally founded by the Greeks back in 350BC and called Nikaia. Tourists have been coming here since about 1750...the English! The French, who reputedly don't like the English, named their main seaside promenade "Promenade des Anglais" - amazing, eh! And this beautiful city was truly gearing up for Christmas. On the promenade, two of the largest Christmas decorations I have ever ...
... a wine made from late harvested and rotting grapes which were individually selected from the middle of a particular hill where the balance of Noble Rot was ideal. Jean-Michele described how the rot is the same whether it is Grey or Noble but the difference is that when it behaves Nobly the rot works and dies each day rather than rampantly running away with rotting the grapes. The resulting wine is a combination of terroir and rot rather than ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed