Le Moulin De Valaurie
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Beverage Selection
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... 2005, when a replacement bridge was built to preserve it from further wear and tear. This amounts to about 2000 years of uninterrupted use. Its small size enabled me to use it for a workout!
Chateauneuf du Pape
While visiting a wine co-op in Vaison-la-Romaine, Rick got into a conversation with a newlywed couple who suggested we visit Chateauneuf du Pape, a world famous ...
... house has three lovely double bedrooms, spread over three floors, so plenty of space to spread out. A dozen steps up to the village square, and no space for vehicles around these streets.....c'est la classe ! Caromb is just right....small enough for tranquility but big enough to satisfy daily needs, with Carpentras a few minutes away and everything else you could want. Theb Yesterday we drove to the top of Mont Ventoux, past the sweating Lycra cycle warriors ticking something else ...
Friday the 13th!!!!!
It's a big day today and it starts with a big breakfast and then onto the bus for the trip to Malaucene where the ride to Mont Ventoux starts. It's a 21.8km climb rising 1617m @ 7.4%
Ed shared a story over dinner last night about what Mont Ventoux means to him. Stirring stuff and the bus ride is a little subdued this morning. We've seen the Giant of Provence from a distance and now it's ...
... its users' most recent abuse at the hands of Generalissimo Franco.
We zip along the freeway, for the moment ignoring the ancient cultures lying underneath the new pavement. Signs for Lyon and Marseille give way to signs for Avignon and Orange, and shortly after leaving the freeway, St. Cecile les Vignes and Tulette. Then over the small bridge into the Vaucluse and our village, St. Roman de Malegarde.
Bruno Long, ...
... Maison, and they wouldn't let us in. Apparently they only allow a certain amount of people in at a time, and they'd already booked the whole afternoon for school field trips. Ok...awesome for them, but bad for us who had to leave in a few hours. Fortunately we'd heard that the only thing inside was kind of a cheesy movie describing what the building was used for. Honestly, I think the best part was getting to see the outside. It reminded me of a mini ...