Madame Vacances Residence Provence Country Club
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... ruling via legates and vice-legates. Seven Popes were to reign there until the election of Martin v in 1417 and the return of the seat of the Papacy to Rome. It was to remain the residence of the Italian Papal legates for nearly four hundred years after the Papacy had returned to Rome. The historic centre, which includes the Palace of the Popes, the cathedral and the Saint-Bénézet Bridge, was classified as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1995. ...
... still damp - they felt dry in the dryer but oh well, you can figure out the rest - the bathroom here now looks like a clothesline.
GG has gone to get himself some lunch and for a stroll on a lovely Avignon afternoon and I've had a sleep. I now feel marginally less dead. The window of our room overlooks a lovely garden. I'll upload a photo but it won't do it justice.
Hoping tomorrow is a better day, I want to shake this before our flights!