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... to the village. We strolled the route from our gite (rental) through town, past the church, bakeries, small shops and the mayor's office and a small open air market where we bought some fresh goat cheese. The walk took an hour.
We returned to the rental and got ready for a tour of Avignon. It took about twenty minutes to drive to the train station parking lot where we parked while we toured. We strolled to the North through town to the Palais des Papes. Avignon was the ...
... a hundred years old. Check out the photos on the website of our cottage as we have no photos today. This location would be great for a family gathering, albeit a bit far to go.
After settling our things in the cottage, we headed to a nearby village for an exciting afternoon of ....laundry. Yes, since ...
... Initially it seems to be an unassuming place. However, for a small out of the way settlement it has a big and violent history. Above the town there is a castle ruin. Just below the castle is a Catholic Church and below that many derelict houses where trees and vines have taken root. Below these the village is more intact and in places being restored. The reason for the houses being derelict is because a new town was built nearby and the inhabitants left the old town for the ...
... our lunch outside under some trees. The ratatouille was served with rice from the Camargue region further south and some bread. It all tasted pretty darn good. After lunch we headed for Chateau Neuf du Pape which is the famous wine region within the larger wine region of Côtes du Rhône. I was disappointed to hear it only became famous in the 1980s when an American food writer "discovered" it ...
... we figured they had actually processed it. We then arrived at a viewpoint over lots of columns that had been left behind. They were quite neat to see from above and they were closer in colour to what we had seen in Roussillon. The view over the valley was also great and we could see vineyards and a few lavender fields off in the distance. We went around the corner and arrived at another viewpoint. This time we were looking down onto a huge bowl ...