La Vieille Fontaine

Address: Cornillon, Languedoc-Roussillon, 30630, France | Hotel
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      A travel blog entry by christinesavage on Sep 23, 2014

      3 comments, 5 photos

      ... It is a tough life.

      Monday we were up early and off to Avignon and Orange. Saw the Palais des papes and the pont d'Avignon (because I still remember the the nursery rhyme). Orange included the best preserved theatre in the ancient world, built in 1st century of BC.

      Today the owner told us about a market in Vaison la Romaine so off we went. Massive and bought a few goodies. ...

      Cold swimming

      A travel blog entry by smudgeymum on Aug 20, 2014

      ... afternoon until clouds came over and I couldn't stop shivering so we dragged the kids out and went for drinks and ice creams. Fortunately, afterwards, we could leave them going down a slide that they loved on their own. We found 2 loungers in a prime position and just lay watching them having a wonderful time. We convinced them to head home when, even they couldn't stop shivering! We had to eat in the kitchen as it rained, but we did manage our evening walk to the ...

      Roman around

      A travel blog entry by pyoung on Aug 28, 2013

      10 photos

      ... Bush's body (or in an Albertan context, Alison Redford's bob and pearls on Ralph Klein's corpulence).

      After the Roman Empire fell, Christian leaders closed the amphitheatre, barbarian invaders plundered it, and Orange's soldiers and citizenry used it as a defensive post and refuge during various religious wars. However, the amphitheatre stood strong. It ...

      Wine and goose pate

      A travel blog entry by janelle-daniel on Jun 30, 2012

      16 photos

      I glance into the bag of goodies on the train at my feet as a waft of some yummy (read stinky) cheese escapes and I wonder if Robert could be left with any food in the house as we get on our train and Auriel flies back to London... But who is Auriel and who is Robert? Let's go back 24 hours to the start of the Caromb chapter. Dan and I were lucky enough to be invited to the home of Auriel and Robert during our travels in the south of France. Dan knows Auriel from his work ...

      To the hills

      A travel blog entry by rtwin44days on Jun 17, 2011

      2 photos

      ... at 7.30pm at night everyone dines outside on the pavements. There around about 10 restaurants/cafes/pizzerias
      all serving. Lots of people drinking wine and beer at the local pub and down an alleyway we speid the mini gulf still open when we left
      at 9pm. It was also still light the sun doesn't go down til around 10pm.
      Breakfast in France is a coffee, OJ, croisant and baguette with jam it costs about 6 Euro or $8. The coffee
      Served in a small cup but ...