Ibis Avignon Sud
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- Swimming pool
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... which is various shades of reds, pinks and oranges from the way the ochre has been used in the buildings. It’s a great town and if I came again to this part of France I would like to stay here. We walk up to the church for the views. We have our picnic lunch and decide to eat it on top on one of the garden walls of the church. We aren’t sure it is allowed but by the time we leave there must be 20 people scattered around ...
... emerges. Not bad since no one who worked on me spoke a word of English.
While I'm in the salon, Allen visited the Petite Palace a museum of religious art. After we celebrate with a lunch out. The weather has shifted. It's nearly 20 degrees cooler and a stiff wind is blowing. We think it might be a mistral - 3 days of wind and cold that comes out of the mountains. After lunch we visit the ...
After a very restful night in our beautifully appointed apartment. It is time to drive further afield and we arrived in Orange about 7.00 am Monday and had a very bracing walk for a klm up the avenue to the Roman arch. It is the largest most intact roman arch in France 2000 years ld.
We took lots of pics as the sun came up and we noticed a flock of pigeons on ...
... this amazing week. Some of these were bought on their way to Nimes through their travels through Bordeaux and the Dordogne area (like the mystery bag of confit de canard and foie gras), but we also shopped up a storm at the local market in Nimes on an almost daily basis! We ate so much good food, washed down with some excellent wines.
The markets in France are awesome! So much fresh food and so much choice! We had the freshest tastiest beans we’ve ...
... After getting some Province red wine and Camembert, and a baguette we took the bus home as droplets of rain began to fall. Once we were on board the bus those droplets turned into a heavy downpour, the heavens opening and drenching the unsuspecting tourists and locals alike. As we drove past, we saw people wringing out their clothes under shelters. We got to the hotel, wet but happy. The rain stopped and we enjoyed our wine on the ...