Le Clos des Bruyeres
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... then it would be Uzes. A one-way boulevard encircles the old town. The cobblestoned laneways lead into pretty treed plazas with central fountains. The stone houses have tall narrow windows shielded by wooden shutters, and iron balustrades with colourful flowerpots.
We walked the historic town tour.
[Note: Spotted 5 hairdressers in the first 5 minutes of historic walk. Conclusion: the French women care ...
We couldn't bear to miss one of the greatest sites in all of France – the Pont du Gard! So even though we didn’t have a lot of time, we stopped by on our way to the Domaine de Gressac. We lucked out with a beautiful morning creating an absolutely picturesque visit to the Pont du Gard. The Pont du Gard is the worlds tallest aqueduct built by the Romans in a mere 5 years! Almost 2,000 years ago the Romans built this aqueduct to supply ...
It was always on my list of things to do, having canoed up the Ardeche river as a kid, to return. That holiday has always stayed in my mind, first time abroad and first real memory of not being with my parents whilst away from home. St Georges School, on Sheppey organised this trip every year for its final year children. Myself and Lisa Moss were the only girls who shared a canoe alone- i.e not with ...
... was that we were sailing, going through other locks, which were brightly lit. We woke up this morning in Viviers, and JP took us on a walking tour at 0900. Ba and I peeked down an alley and saw a sweet white and orange cat who really liked petting, YAY! The village was cute with the requisite cobblestones, etc. and on the way down the hill from the requisite ornate church (BTW, my cel ...
... 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 ...