Le Clos de Pradines
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... slowly. Last night was very warm and no air-con. The surrounding villages and sights.are full of tourists this week, but it will be quieter next week when school resumes, and hopefully a little cooler.
Andrew has just visited the bakery and returned with croissant and baguettes for our breafkast - so hard to resist.
Tori and Andrew.
... were curtains, powerpoints, individual storage lockers, comfy beds and air conditioned rooms. It may not sound like that much but it was awesome!! After waiting at the shop for 45 minutes for takeaway chicken and rice for dinner, it was a night of getting to know a few people on my bus over a 1€ glass of wine, which strangely enough was ...
It is our last full day in France and although it is not typically a day that the vineyards are open, we decided to take a Cotes du Rhone driving tour. The Cotes du Rhone is not too far away - just an hour north of Arles - so we headed out (not too) early and made our way to the region between Lyon and Avignon, just neighbouring Chateauneuf-du- Pape. Scott and Deb did the right thing by having a coffee before departure, but Kirk and Jane decided to wait and ...
... She lasted about 30mins! We did a day trip to Arles and went on a train ride in the Carmague (wetlands of Sth France). We visited the local St Remy playground most days and Mitch and Grace both made little friends by communicating in 'tag and run' language. We found the local skate park as Mitch has brought his scooter along from home. We also achieved a haircut and new shoes for Mitch while Stew was gone. I have to say it was a ...
... and a new matador comes in.
Many are rallying hard to end Corridas, instead opting for the fights that do not end in bloodshed (for the bull at least). Barcelona has outlawed bullfighting altogether since sometime in 2008 but in the southern part of France, these spectacles continue. However, on the other end there are those who will defend this sport with fervor as this is part of their Spanish culture and it's roots are firmly planted deep in their society.