Grand Hotel Nord-Pinus
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... morning kiwi and pear), and three small glass jars of plain yoghurt.
Marie-Annick & John both speak English, John more-so than Marie-Annick. Every morning they ask us about our plans for the day and give us recommendations as to where to eat.
Arles is small and runs along a river called the Rhone. Our accommodation is very close to the Rhone. It is very beautiful, and nice to walk/run along.
Dad and I also found a ...
... nature and the needs of the livestock they tend. You’ll visit a gardian’s bull farm, where you’ll revel in the friendliness of their down-to-earth hospitality, and experience traditional daily life. You’ll also climb aboard a farm truck to visit the bulls in their natural environment, and then return to the farmhouse to enjoy traditional Camargue fare and local ...
When you awaken this morning, you'll find yourself in Avignon. Set off on a walking tour to discover the City of Popes. For most of the 14th century, the popes left the turmoil of Rome and installed themselves in this calm possession of the Catholic Church. In Avignon, beginning with Clement V (who was born here), they built residences, chateaux, a ...
Visiting Arles, one of the most distinctive towns in enchanting Provence, is like journeying back to ancient Rome. The town is filled with landmarks and ruins dating from its periods of Roman domination that began in 30 BC. Here, you'll view the outside of the colossal hilltop Roman amphitheater, where 21,000 spectators thrilled to gladiator fights in the first century ...
... go to the Mule Blanche recommended by Florence. We try a French only menu. My Ceasar Salad is good but surprised me with a piece of toast with melted goat cheese and a poached egg on top. Allen ordered white fish and ended up with Cuttlefish. He is about ready to throw in the towel on French food. I think it’s a good thing we leave tomorrow for a gite where we can balance the exotic with something we recognize.