Ibis Salon de Provence
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... but it’s closed - it looks unsafe. The new Cathedral is impressive and has lovely floors and mosaics - it’s not as ornate as the basilica on the hill, which we preferred! We found a chapel dedicated to Eugene de Mazenod who was born in nearby Aix-en-Provence - he founded the religious order which runs many schools, including Mazenod College in Perth.
La Veille Charite is a beautiful building which was a 17th ...
... packing system into disarray but they fit me perfectly. After doing that I did visit Pont Saint Bénezet as its properly known. The walk to the bridge passed many souvenir shops selling lavender products and textiles in the Les Olivades style. Some were genuine Les Olivades but I assume a lot weren't. Lavender and textiles are two prominent traditional industries here. The Bridge is only a remnant of the original structure. Four ...
... powers and so far we have found free parking on the street. Let's see if
The city is charming and is the home of Cezanne's art studio. If we lean out of the window
we can see Mount Victoire which plays a big part in many of Cezanne's paintings.
The city is also known for having wonderful markets most days of the week.
Yesterday we left the flies behind at Cevennes and drove through Ales towards Nimes, passing through Uzes then through the centre of Avignon. Out campsite is about 30 east of Avignon in a small town called Fountaine de Vaucluse. This is a small site, quite cosy, by the river, predominately French bar us and Jack and Vera next door. I notice how much warmer it is here, 30c, and how much busier the roads are as we are closer to holiday ville. After arriving P & ...
... he sat down and painted still-famous paintings of his, but it was too hot. Me and heat just don't get along, honestly I could be in the loveliest place in the world and still feel crabby and irritable if I'm really hot. Lol I just realized I've dedicated almost a whole paragraph just complaining about heat. Whatever, that goes to show you how much I can't stand heat and sweat. Okay, moving on. Wow I can feel drops of sweat trailing down my calves. Okay sorry ...