- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... me of Verona with its marble footpaths, lovely gardens and cleanliness.
It's time to leave Orange and we drove to Vaison la Romaine 20 mins away. A stunningly beautiful hilltop town built right along the crest of a steep hill and a huge market that ran the length of the main street. We take time browsing in the market and buy small gifts for loved ones at home.
As we continued on through the village and across an ...
... unique, colorful buildings in Colmar and were delighted to discover the Bartholdi museum. Bartholdi is hardly a household name in the US but he was a 19th century French architect who made a reputation for himself by designing systems to shore up aging cathedrals and eventually being awarded the contract to design the foundation for the Statue of Liberty in New York. He admired American liberty and created several ...
We awoke again and had a lovely breakfast. I will miss the croissants and pastries and bread for breakfast when I get home. We left the barge at 9:30 and were driven into Orange. This town is famous for an amazing 2000 year old Roman amphitheatre. Again I will defer to the master for the relevant historical details of this town. My contribution is that the weather was very warm, about 30 degrees and the amphitheatre has hosted a number ...
... 39 Steps"........while Oliver kept mumbling " I wish we were watching Tin Tin", on the laptop. The wine supplies are going down too quickly. We are not sticking to our plan of a couple of nights of alcohol free nights a week-VERY NAUGHTY indeed ( sorry Donna !) but I have 't worked how much we are drinking and maybe I won't get round to it. We are drinking some really good wine very cheaply and loving it.........now enough of this blogging and pass me the rest of that ...
... out the garden and landscaped the property and it just made it more amazing to us that they would rent this house to strangers with all their furnishings and memorabilia collected throughout the ages hanging on the walls and all the collections of old books in the library, that would be worth a fortune.
We felt very privileged and this was made even more special being able to share it with our family.