Manoir Le Roure & Spa
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travelers Tip #14: When staying in a French apartment in a building from the 1800's that you found on AirBnb, do NOT let your parents see the super creepy, Medieval-like stone stairwell that leads to your front door. And FYI, learned that wind is a thing in Provence. All year long it happens, and can last for a minute, or a week. So, I did 4 days in Antibes(French Riviera) right when I got in, and now I'm in Avignon (west Provence) for another 4 until heading to ...
... afternoon until clouds came over and I couldn't stop shivering so we dragged the kids out and went for drinks and ice creams. Fortunately, afterwards, we could leave them going down a slide that they loved on their own. We found 2 loungers in a prime position and just lay watching them having a wonderful time. We convinced them to head home when, even they couldn't stop shivering! We had to eat in the kitchen as it rained, but we did manage our evening walk to the ...
... out the most amazing view. 2 ice creams and 4 soft drinks - £20! Ouch!
By now, Helena was having withdrawal symptoms from the pool so we headed home. I don't know how they did it, but she and Louis had a great time in the freezing water!! I watched!
Dominoes is our new favourite past time which we played outside for a while and sent the children to bed early - they are a bit tired and grumpy!
( I haven't posted for a while because we are completely preoccupied with getting things settled in Lyon... but that is another post. )
Before Lyon, there was Orange and Chateau-neuf-de-Pape (sigh). After a lot of deliberation we decided to leave Avignon for Orange mostly because I had to get my phone set up to connect with the landlords in Lyon. Knowing Orange isn't the most picturesque town, we made a stop ...
... about 20 kilometers southwest of us, hosted the transhumance last Sunday. We arrived early, miraculously found relatively close parking, and enjoyed the pre-transhumance activities including local music, and traditionally costumed dancers. There were also, of course, the always present bread, cheese, wine, and olive venders, staples at all Provencal fetes.
Then came the sheep, two thousand of them, each one following nose ...