Le Mas Des Ozieres
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... to the village. We strolled the route from our gite (rental) through town, past the church, bakeries, small shops and the mayor's office and a small open air market where we bought some fresh goat cheese. The walk took an hour.
We returned to the rental and got ready for a tour of Avignon. It took about twenty minutes to drive to the train station parking lot where we parked while we toured. We strolled to the North through town to the Palais des Papes. Avignon was the ...
... was a travel day, it also became a laundry day. It took a couple of hours to get caught up but we succeeded. Next it was off to Avignon supermarket for groceries for the week. We returned about 5:00 and settled in for the night. We lit a fire in the fireplace as the temperature in the old stone cottage was a bit cool. The fire, some jazz and some Côte de Rhine wine made for a lovely evening.
As an aside, we have developed a love-hate relationship with Stella. Terms like half-turn right or half-turn left, or prepare to turn in (blank) meters have taken awhile to get used to. She also does not give any positive feedback like we are used such as "continue ..." Instead she is silent until the next command for a roundabout or half turn.
Of course, the initial ETA did not include our short coffee and ...
... Plus it gives me time to catch up on a few oddball photos that I wanted to share but didn't have time for during our two weeks in Italy.
#1: These are the chairs that are set up in St. Peter's Square in front of St. Peter's Basilica inside Vatican City. There must be hundreds of them left out permanently during most of the year. Save this one chair that this man is using ...
... told him we can fix that, but we'll see. Maybe he'll win the lottery!
Here is some random trivia:
1. Waiters bring their little credit card machines to the table and scan them so that the credit card never leaves your sight.
2. College tuition is free in France. Most cities have universities in them, so students can usually live at home, even going through law school. If they do have to go away ...