Residence Club Maeva Les Mazets
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... rental about 3:00 for a light snack after three hours of touring. We then walked the grounds and hillside forest area next to the property which provided a great view of the surrounding areas. We gathered some kindling for a fire in the fireplace of our rental. The old stone cottage is pretty cool in the evening and a fire in the living room feels great.
Tonight for dinner we had a little North Atlantic salmon with potatoes and vegetables. Quick and easy. Great first day in ...
... but being a French title it can only pass through a male line under Salic law. It lapsed on the death of her grandfather Prince Louis II, the last male in a direct line. After lunch back on the ship we set off on a walking tour of Arles and there was such a lot to see in this intriguing town which has a population of 55,000 with another 10,000 in the surrounding area. Once a metropolis of Roman Gaul, Arles then became a symbol of ardent ...
... but it was a treat to encounter so many white horses in the wild. They were quite pretty! Before reaching Arles, the largest city in the Camargue, we passed a fenced field where we saw a few dozen black bulls. Apparently, the ranchers breed these bulls to be sold to Spain. I would have never thought that France raised cattle for bullfighting! The bulls didn't look at friendly as the other fauna we had ...
... 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.
... we wanted to try to visit the Roman Théâtre Antique or the Arènes. Unfortunately, the Théâtre was closed for a concert that evening and the Arènes was closed for a course camarguaise, where amateur razeteurs try to get as close to the bull as they can. We decided to go see this, as it had just started, which also allowed us to walk past the Théâtre, getting a chance to see it from the outside. The show was fun, ...