La Coquillade - Demeure de prestige
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- Hot tub
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... itself. There is evidence of the site of the village having being occupied since Roman times. It suffered significant damage during World War Two. Much of this was inflicted by the Germans in retaliation for attacks by the Resistance, which was strong in Gordes. It has only become a popular tourist attraction after being rebuilt in recent decades. It is now popular with artists, many of whom have homes here. A number of celebrities also have homes here. We drive ...
... Issy gets out a directs me so I don't run into anything, and after a fifteen point turn we find ourselves pointing back the way we came. We drive very slowly back down the street again. The man on the chair at the cafe sees us coming. He was just ordinarily annoyed before. Now he looks extremely annoyed. He reluctantly moves his chair out of the way again so that we can get past. We eventually find our way out of this maze, and find a park outside ...
It's time to make my way from Nice back up towards Paris and stop number one is Avignon. Avignon is a little town in France and is built with a fortress wall all the way around the town. I stayed at the POP hostel which hands down has the best hostel bed in Europe. Unfortunately I do not have a picture but hopefully my description will do it ...
... be able to give us clues as to the menu contents. We were then treated to some very lovely Provencal food in a little courtyard filled with flowers with the light fading into a peachy pink all around us. We went home along the ridge of the national park and passed through another hilltop stone village Saignon which was an absolute treat to see in the ochre tones of the finally setting sun.
Day one: over and out!
... magnificence and wealth of the popes. We had intended to wander the gardens and enjoy the vista but the heavy clouds precluded any viewing so visited the museum instead - dry but of minimal interest room after room of religious art. Evening approaches still ...