Residence Resitel de Camargue
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... a whole procedure of up and down arm gates then drive through the whole place to finally find reception after asking people on the road way how to get there!
The unit was clean and tidy though with broken air con and the temperatures are definitely up there now approaching the thirties. Dinner was my risotto then we crashed. Next day we were driving to Marseilles.
From Robyn in ...
... the supplies purchased the day before
we exited the hotel with full stomachs ready for the day ahead even if a little
behind the time we originally planned to leave as a little extra sleep can be
conducive to a good day. Making our way through Paris on foot we arrived at the
Notre Dame around 30 minutes later. There was a pain (bread) festival on in
front of the Notre Dame which also made it quite busy but after working out
where the line to the Notre ...
I can not find my toothbrush this morning
I seek it here
I seek it there
I seek it everywhere.
Perhaps someone broke in and stole it while we were sleeping.
people will steal anything.
That's why I write under nom de plume
We keep it all private
And no feral pigs were slaughtered o make this blog
... of our stop and searched the net for our next destination and made notes on where to go. We were just settling the bill this morning when we met an Aussie just arriving, sadly we were just leaving and only had time for a quick chat before we set off on our 3 or so hour drive inland to Castellane which is in the Regional national Park of the Verdon, Provence. The drive up and through into the heart of Provence was gorgeous with a long straight road with nothing but vineyards and ...
... In addition to the palace, the popes also established a papal court of high church officials who had a habit of living luxuriously. The reason for this wealthy lifestyle is because all of the high church officials, popes included, were members of the nobility and an increasing majority of them were French. As time went on, it became more and more apparent that the Church was becoming corrupt and straying from its original religious purpose and mission; reform ...