Le Clos des Bruyeres
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Swimming pool
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking rooms
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... for the Roman colonists. "Orange of two thousand years ago was a miniature Rome, complete with many of the public buildings that would have been familiar to a citizen of the Roman Empire, except that the scale of the buildings had been reduced – a smaller theater to accommodate a smaller ...
... chair and writing paper and encourage visitors to visit down and write a letter to someone and post it. They want to revive the art of letter writing - good luck with that! We couldn't visit the castle as it is closed Tuesdays, although they had arranged to open it for us. It is only a fake castle anyway as the original castle was destroyed in the French Revolution and this replacement built in the 19th century. (In Arles the shops were ...
Today started out with a run through Orange. Cassius and I ran through town and then up a mountain path that led us to a perfect view into the still-functionning Roman theatre. Wow. Avignon's Palace of the Popes was a great visit. This was the center of the Church during the 14th century, when Italy's states were divided and unstable. We then went to Beaux ...
... Moving well north from Orange on some rolling country roads, a few of us had a good laugh on a descent. Dave, Linda, me and Werner were ahead of the rest when Werner thought he heard a car and called out "car back!"...except it wasn't a car, it was Peter rumbling downhill and catching up. Hilarious.
I thought that the road from Bollène to Pont-Saint-Esprit would not be a lot of fun to cycle on account of potential ...
... Script: dinner tonight was a buffet, but not quite like chez nous. We knew we were only allowed a single trip up for each course (we had tickets to submit), but whereas we could load our own plates as much as we wanted for the entree (appetizer) and the servers seemed willing to pile things up for our plats garnis, apparently we were supposed to limit helping ourselves to only a single dessert. Oopsie!