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... surprises along the way.
Early the next morning we headed to Avignon another town with so much history. The Popes set up residency in the Papal palace which is a magnificent building which was added on to, renovated, re-built and updated in the time the Popes resided there.
After too short a time we said auvoir to Avignon and headed to our final stop in Arles. The day started with a trip the asylum where ...
Yes . . Another trip to the gorges, this time in the Ardeche region. A trip well worth it, if ...
... day at the campsite, so we're looking for something good to do for the day.
On a sidenote, we are now the only English people on the site, there was a family here last week but they went on Saturday. We have become quite popular as we ride on and off the site with everyone waving at us.
We have got on really well with our Dutch neighbours and have daily chats about what we've seen and done.
It's a real shame our stay here is coming to an end
... come home with a new wife if Tina wasn't with me.
We headed off to find the Pont d'arc and it wasn't long before we found it. It was stunning, lots of photos were taken before we had a ride up through the gorge, another couple of stops for more photos before heading back to the campsite on another spirited ride.
We were back in the tent by 8:30 to make a quick meal before heading down to the bar to write the entries in the blog.
... daughter Flora and her little girl Lucie; Flora's husband David; and his parents (didn't catch the dad's name), another Francoise and the French Hilary DuVey Michelline. We didn't do much while we were there, but had some lovely meals. The spit roast pork was a particular highlight. It was a real gem, and I'm very glad we ...