Le Clair de la Plume
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- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking rooms
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... and were ruled, slept, bathed, cooked, ate and drank. I imagined the thrill of the early 20th century archeologists, unearthing columns, sculptures, cookware, and murals. What fascinating work to piece together the discovered puzzle bits into a coherent, engaging story that would connect the lives of ancient Romans with those of 21st century travellers from around the world.
... While eating our meal, we were entertained by a father and son of Ukrainian descent who both played guitar and sang old Ukrainian folk songs (it made me think of the travels in August when Jeff and I go to Poland). By the time we finished our lunch, the Sat. market was shutting down and the vendors were packing up their things for the next market that they will go to. From Uzès , we made a quick stop in the town of Bagnols-sur-Ceze ...
... hard to imagine today's structures still in existence in 2000 years time for others to see!
Friday was a catch up day, time for washing and to pack up. We had done lots of visiting sites and there was a long drive ahead to Italy the next day. We fitted in a last visit to Vaison la Romain and visited the old medieval city of Vieux Vaison. Very pretty and well worth a visit. A great stay in Provence - we could easily have stayed another ...
... fairytale villages, beautiful scenery
and amazing food. These too are common in Languedoc (oh how I love France!).
However, as we travelled around their region for three days, we quickly noticed
differences between towns in Provence and towns in Languedoc. Even in small
villages there was a more metropolitain feel. Doug remarked that people appeared to drive faster. Small villages had big grocery stores. In Provence there is much ...
... under some trees near a lavender farm...then we got out the winny and looked up..my goodness the castle jutting out of the hillside was breathtaking. Had a bit of lunch in the van and although very windy outside convinced the family to get out for a walk. It was so very worth it. Tiny cobblestone streets winding their way around a hill climbing up to a castle. We all loved it here so decided to ...