Ibis Cavaillon Luberon
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... wracking because the lighting was dim and as we passed a slit window we were in our own shadow. Tonight I had my special dinner. This included smoked eel which was quite nice, grouse which wasn't and a yummy desert involving quinces which I was told were from the garden. I was the only guest at dinner for most of the time until another woman arrived. With only two of us we received excellent service. Now it's time for bed. It's not raining ...
... powers and so far we have found free parking on the street. Let's see if
The city is charming and is the home of Cezanne's art studio. If we lean out of the window
we can see Mount Victoire which plays a big part in many of Cezanne's paintings.
The city is also known for having wonderful markets most days of the week.
... Very old, very narrow, and very stone. Then to Avignon to stay right in the centre of this walled-city. Hotel de L'Horloge overlooking the main square - had to park 700 metres away and 'drag' though. Walked the inside for a few hours, found an Irish pub for a pint and then observed how the palais and cathedral looked at night. Beautiful. Warm night; so listened to the sounds of the square through our window and planned our trip out of ...
... us the opportunity to discover Nimes. We really enjoyed it, the town felt a bit different from the rest of France. Nimes is famous for bull fighting and we happened to be in town for the end of summer festival when thousands of people gathered on the streets, dancing, drinking and celebrating. There were queues outside the arena to watch the bullfight and if it wasn't for the fact that everyone was speaking French we thought for a moment we were in Spain!!
... Dachsund (sp?). The weiner dog followed me around while I took photos of the grounds, as people started trickling in (All speaking French, of course).
What else was I gonna do, really?
Proceeded to be introduced to 12 other French folks from the Provence countryside. A very eclectic blend of characters for sure. I was the non-French speaking American at the huge dinner table, ...