TripAdvisor Reviews La Buissonniere Uzès
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... then it would be Uzes. A one-way boulevard encircles the old town. The cobblestoned laneways lead into pretty treed plazas with central fountains. The stone houses have tall narrow windows shielded by wooden shutters, and iron balustrades with colourful flowerpots.
We walked the historic town tour.
[Note: Spotted 5 hairdressers in the first 5 minutes of historic walk. Conclusion: the French women care ...
... week, that forgive me for skimming over it all and just giving you the highlights. A typical French meal consists of four courses and lots of wine, so there was also a lot of eating and drinking going on. First thing we learnt was how to sharpen a knife properly using a steel. David then showed us how to use a knife correctly and oh my, it makes such a difference! I can now cut onions without crying! After lunch, we met out other ...
Today is : Saturday October 18, 2014 The Weather was : Cool to start, but blue skies - warmed up to 26 degrees. Today’s main activities were : Uzes - Saturday markets and Pont Du Gard Nice to wake up in pretty Uzes in our little quirky apartment. Outside in the cobblestoned street directly below a hubub of early risers setting up, or shopping at, the markets. Doors and windows in Europe tend to be double-glazed which keeps sound out. When we ...
... all that plastic... Arrived in Montreal in good time.... a very lovely little town with a medieval arcaded market square..just beautiful. We are staying in a basic gite tonight so at last get to use all our good stuff....sleeping bags and towels etc..fortunately we all have a bottom bunk..sixty year olds can't get up into top bunks..... We are very happy and comfy after lovely hot shower and clean clothes.. Our pants were absolutely caked in sticky mud but they ...
Thankfully madam did provide us with breakfast this morning..the usual bread (fresh) and jam...and big bowls of coffee and hot milk. Off we go again this time to La Romieu 10 kms where we expected to have lunch and then go by taxi to Condom as Condom was to be a further 16 km...whilst walking and looking at the map we decided to disobey the pilgrim signs and follow the road to La Romieu......after many miles up hill and down dale and no sign ...
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Quartier de Mayac lieu-dit la Perrine, Uzès | 2 star hotelfrom $107
on D-982, Uzès | 3 star hotelfrom $248
1-3 Rue de la Grande Bourgade, Uzès | Hotelfrom $163
Chemin de Saint-Genies, Uzès | Hotelfrom $102