Le Pré du Moulin
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... Unesco listed site but it didn't grab me, I did appreciate the engineering feat and the architecture however, Brendan LOVED it, he was totally in awe of this site. Weird, we are similar but different. So tonight we are bunking down at a farm just outside Nimes, we have electricity and wifi and the owner is a lovely French gentleman. This afternoon we sat and had a beer and soaked up the amazing late afternoon sun and said to ourselves, life couldn't get much better than ...
Just as we are about to leave Danielle, the apartment owner, and her daughter arrive. It is just as well as we have been unable to work the gate where the car is parked. We end up having a long, interesting chat with them. Danielle has spent much of her life in the fashion industry in Milan and her daughter still lives there. They share amusing comparisons about how the French and the Italians differ and what they love and hate about each race. En route to Tarascon ...
... only difference is Roussillon is surrounded by vineyards, while its spuds and onions at Puke!
We contributed to the economy of Cavillon on our way home by going to the supermarket as well as getting our first fill of diesel in the DS3 after 800 kms. The trip computer was showing 4.8 litres per 100 kilometres and it still had 140 kms to empty. I haven’t even been trying to save fuel, just travelling with the traffic flow.
I took a load ...
Up early to check out market day in Sommieres. Lots of stalls along the streets (glad we moved the van acros the river last night). Lots of clothes stalls, food stalls of all kinds and a whole section of antiques and junk. Some really nice stuff - none of which would fit in carry on luggage. Sara bought a uople of new dresses, and we bought some nice fresh food (we culd have bought a couple of goats, but ...
Been to Avignon several times, but this was my first time inside the palace. It's mostly bare inside, but still worth the time.
The palace dates from the "Great Schism" (uh, the second one) of 1378-1417 when 2 clowns with funny hats simultaneously claimed to be the pope of the Catholic Church. The whole ...