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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Most of her letters were addressed to her daughter, spanning a period of almost 30 years and were celebrated for their wit, and later as examples of how French should be written and spoken. Her letters were copied and circulated by others and she knew they were semi-public public documents so she crafted them accordingly. She was very well educated which was unusual for a woman at that time and when she died in 1696 she was buried in ...
... to me that if we aren't going to Nimes and we are going to miss out on seeing Abbayes that are closed until April or later, it's not much point worrying about what we don't see. We can't see everything and its pointless regretting what we miss.
With that thought in mind, we abandoned the day we had planned. Well, not Pont du Gard. As it remained firmly in the plan, we did a quick check of our guidebook ...
... so musical! We rolled home tired after another successful day of touring. The other must-see in this area is the Camargue region south of here on the Mediterranean coast. This area lies between two arms of the Rhone river forming marshy fields where rice grows, black bulls and white horses graze and migratory birds and flamingos inhabit salt plains. Last Sunday the coast beckoned so we drove to Aigues-Mortes, a completely ...
... made up the gardens, terrace, entertaining area, horizon pool and bathing bungalow; all of which he had created over the span of twenty years. We trekked around the grounds while he explained the intricate water drainage, picked nuts and fruits to eat and skimmed rocks on the flat peaceful water.
We were also enjoying the fruits of the Villa while we had it. On one side, our villa looked directly into a fancy white-tablecloth restaurant called, The Balcony, because of ...
... All the villages are constructed with local stone. Typically a central square with castle ruins , battlements and churches. The houses are built around a labyrinth of narrow cobbled roads or paths, with archways and tunnels interconnecting. All are clean and pristine with flowers and no weeds. I think the French inhabitants must be very proud of their villages. The weather is great and ...