Logis Hotel de la Muette
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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As we are driving toward Arles it strikes me. France is not for us. The scenery is a little interesting as we make our way down to the south of France. The mountains have started to come into play. However, the towns are still pretty lackluster. No signs of life, no flowers, no stray dogs...have we ended up in the Twilight Zone? You …
... br> We stayed in there for a hour. When we went into the car Jingles was in there, he got into the car.
Then we went to look at a village inside castle walls.
On the last day we went to Avignon. It was FREEZING!
The wind felt like snow. We walked all around the area.
There was markets and merry-go-round's. We caught a train on road and went all around town.
... and again re opened my cut and we couldn't help it until we go home which was about 10 minutes.
The next day we went to a art and light show. It was in a lime stone quarry.
It was based on a artist called Gustav Klint's life.
And the next day we went to a place called Avignon and we went to see a market, we rode a train all around town. It was COLD.
... fairy lights, merry-go-round and lots of people.
We tasted the mulled wine (warm,red wine) in the hope it would warm us up, and caught a train around to see the sights.
We have put up our tiny christmas tree now, advent calendars are being opened everyday, and Jingles, the European cousin to our elf on the shelf arrived and is having fun playing hide and seek with the kids.
Its starting to feel like christmas!
... used during the Middle Ages as a quarry for building other buildings in the city (e.g., St. Trophime church). Whereas Greek amphitheaters were built in the best spots acoustically, the Romans didn't really care. However, the acoustics in this theater were so poor, that they invented the idea of a back wall for sound to bounce off of. So you had the stage where the actors were, scenery upstage, and then the wall. Additionally, to keep spectators dry or out of the direct sun, there was ...