Le Pré du Moulin
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... to the village. We strolled the route from our gite (rental) through town, past the church, bakeries, small shops and the mayor's office and a small open air market where we bought some fresh goat cheese. The walk took an hour.
We returned to the rental and got ready for a tour of Avignon. It took about twenty minutes to drive to the train station parking lot where we parked while we toured. We strolled to the North through town to the Palais des Papes. Avignon was the ...
Monaco was cloudy and grey this morning when we woke. It is November after all. We checked out of the Port Palace Hotel about 10:00 and departed for Provence. The drive was about three hours and 25€ in tolls. While all part of the travel experience, the cost is a bit aggravating for those of us who are use to "freeways".
We arrived at our "gite" or rental unit in the tiny village ...
... very top of the hill above the palace, in a dubious tourist cafe best forgotten, but the 360 degree views of the Provençal countryside was fabulous. Fathers' Day for Nigel began well with a surprise gift from 'the children' and ended well with dinner at our favourite Avignon restaurant 'Coeur d'Honneur. Open courtyard with plane trees, big soft lights and excellent food and service. On Monday it was time to say goodbye to Alain, who had been such a perfect host in ...
... and Garth was very slightly huffy about us never ending up with the car we order!). He spent considerable time yesterday perusing a couple of apps and a paper rule book showing the French road rules, then proceeded to quiz me (and I'm not even driving!) about any signs we passed on the street. I could get good at blue square signs, blue round signs, red triangles with white backgrounds, red triangles with yellow backgrounds, red circles, green ...
... at Chalet Liotard. Then I was back into steep climbing. I started to notice the trees becoming very thin then disappearing completely, which meant I no longer had any cover from the wind causing me to be pushed wildly back and forth across the road. Visibility had dropped again to between 10 and 20 feet. We found out later that the wind was reaching gusts of 80 to 100km an hour at the summit. I went around hairpin after hairpin at 7% grade while being ...