L' Auberge Rognonaise
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... the gorge towards our next destination, Banon, home of an amazing goats cheese only produced there! Cruising through the alps it was a lovely 21-22 degrees as we passed Greolieres and then across the plateau near Thorenc. Not far down the road we turned right onto a slightly more main road and almost missed the little shop selling local produce - there are plenty of them around, but this one stood out! Upon closer inspection, there were about 10 cheeses, 5 from the immediate ...
... her". Where do we think these kids learn it from? Comments and jokes made by the adults in their lives. This little nine year old girl was able to look through all of that ******** that everyone has said to her through all these years, and still genuinely care about how someone is on the inside. I wish I was more like Magdalena, and I wish more people were... Because that little rebellious girl is one of a kind, and anyone would be lucky to have her as their ...
... stopped by Nimes for an outside tour of the Roman Amphitheature as there was also summer concerts there.
Then we drove off to our final destination of this south of France trip: Cavanac near Carcassonne, some 2 hours drive away on highway, arriving before 8pm.
30 minute bus trip to the olive vineyards, had to turn back just out of the town because the "Baltimores" got left behind. Stan the Canadian made such fun of it we were in stitches saying he was surprised it wasn't the kiwis missing haha. The tour of the olive oil production was fascinating and the tasting superb. Bought some oil and dips to bring home, ...
... the local produce arranged on shop windows and the various art exhibitions.
Next we decided to drive to Arles. Arles is a smaller version of Nimes close by and has a similar Roman influence which consists of colosseum and amphitheatre ruins. We decided to visit Arles as it was the smaller of the two cities. Arles didn’t have the same charm as the much smaller Uzes did but it was still worth a visit. A cultural festival was being held in the colosseum which ...