Thames Residence Hotel
Travel Blogs from Avignon
... the wind coming in off the sea was blustery to say the least!
Today, was not enjoyable. strong winds all the way until i hit the outskirts of Toulouse, not sure if the buildings blocked the wind or if just died down...don't know. But don't worry, it was made up for with the rain, yes, for the second time i had to get out the waterproof trousers. So the wind stopped but i got rain instead. to be honest, at that point i would have taken a hail storm ...
Before i talk about Day 15, i have just remembered a silly, little thought i had a whilst taking my bath yesterday afternoon after the ride. I began to feel a little bored, you know seeing yet another fantastically amazing historic building or bridge, or staying in another cool little B&B, i began to think perhaps this holiday isn't all its cracked up to be, a little bit repetitive and i am missing the UK a little i must admit. but then i realised it was 4:30pm, i ...
... ici!!! je vais deposer mes trucs chez lui; son frere vient nous rejoindre et on sen va au pont du Gare, ca ete construit au milieu du premier siecle, vous imaginez?!?! cest malade, cetait un aqueduc! et pas loin, il y avait des olivier datant de lan 908. ouff cest pas jeune jeune! oh et appareme,nt que cest pas bon des olives directement comme ca a voir la face des deux freres qui recrachent! ...
... and had to wait 2 hours for the next train. Alan was going to be at the station to collect us but went home and came back again 2 hours later.
The apartment here is out of this world, and for the equivalent of less than $90 per night is th bargain of the year. Dropped luggage of and went to Alans for a meal and drinks.
St Didier is a lovely village.
... was a colorfoul candy and chocolate shop where I could easily have spent a lot of money but fortunately, I just window shopped there. Vaison-la-Romaine was an old Roman town and we also got to see some of the preserved ruins, too. Not as large or impressive as in Rome, but still pretty neat. After getting back to the campsite, we walked into the little town of Malaucène and browsed the various dinner menus. We settled on a menu that consisted of: flan ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking