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... left early as we felt bad. This day also happened to be the day of a parade of old clothing dresses. We asked in the morning and apparently they do the casual dress on the Friday and then the fancy dress on Sunday. It was a fun thing, appeared that probably the entire town was out as the town is so tiny and there were a lot of people. We went to bed at a half decent hour as tomorrow included driving the Fifi to Annecy then Switzerland we go! Pics to ...
... 8217;t see. We made it to the parking lot and found a
spot, only to try to sit and wait the storm out. It didn’t seem to be letting
up much and the parking lot was flooded. We decided to make a run for it and
got soaked during the short sprint to get inside. The museum was interesting;
it talked about how the company started, with one man and just a bag full of
sugar and also talked about the processes involved ...
One of my favourite places I visited in France, Avignon is such a beautiful old city. We stayed at an Air B'n'B rental within the ancient town centre, and were lucky enough to have access to a rooftop patio that looked out over the city toward the Palais de Papes. Had a lovely time strolling along the medieval ramparts, and the gorgeous wall of greenery in the city centre. Nothing bad to say about my visit to Avignon!
... there was no path & we were cycling across the actual fairways with lots of bemused golfers staring at us - all we could say, with a shrug of the shoulders, was TomTom. We were trapped there for about an hour & couldn't find our way off & believe me trying to cycle up hills on thick wet grass isn't easy, there were a lot of people playing golf that day too, embarrassing. Eventually found a gate & escaped, decided to forget La Grand Motte & go ...
... killed. After the collapse of Rome in 476AD it became a fortress and knights' head quarters. Until its 19th century restoration it was used as home to 2,000 people in slum conditions. Today it is one of the best preserved of all the Roman Amphitheatres. We spent a number of hours listening to audio and exploring the Arena. Today it is also used for Bull Fighting and Concerts.