Hotel Arles Plaza
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... we walked to the garden at the top and there were wonderful views. Back home for our last night at Michel and Francoise’s magnificent home called Lou Sauvadou located in Sauvaterre, near Avignon, Provence, France. Dinner included soup, yummy salad, and lasagna made with eggplant – very tasty. They are lovely people and we had many chats, shared family photos and generally laughed a lot. Great place – we leave ...
... to any one who likes to explore french quaint villages and the countryside. I've been here 4 weeks now, 6 more to go. It's been great. Of course, not without many challenges, as is life. And hopefully, being here will be a great lifelong growing opportunity. Message me and let me know how you are doing. I'll eat a chocolate croissant in Paris in your honor. ...
... by the pool for a while – how lovely.
Michel has cooked ratatouille for us tonight with vegetables from his own garden. And it was delicious. After dinner we went for a lovely walk around the local streets, found the church and the city centre which was actually very quiet. The walls are very high and the town is very well taken care of.
Bon soire everyone. Love Lina
... with the French crown.
In 1309 the Frenchman Bertrand de Got, who had been elected and crowned Supreme Pontiff in 1305, refused to go to Rome, choosing instead to install himself temporarily in the Dominican Convent at Avignon.
The popes bought Avignon from the Angevin ruler for 80,000 florins in 1348. From then on, until the French Revolution, Avignon and the Comtat were papal possessions, first under the schismatic popes of the Great Schism, then under ...
Thursday 5 June: Robyn - We left Monetrosso al Mare with much optimism. This lasted till we got to the end of our street and turned sharply left. A lady walking her dog gave Robert such a dirty look he was convinced he was going the wrong way up a one way street. The next 20 minutes were spent cursing the GPS and yelling at each other as we ducked and wove in narrow streets, before we went back to the hotel and asked the kind man for directions. Of course the 'one way' street was ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking