L' Auberge Rognonaise
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... which is various shades of reds, pinks and oranges from the way the ochre has been used in the buildings. It’s a great town and if I came again to this part of France I would like to stay here. We walk up to the church for the views. We have our picnic lunch and decide to eat it on top on one of the garden walls of the church. We aren’t sure it is allowed but by the time we leave there must be 20 people scattered around ...
After a very restful night in our beautifully appointed apartment. It is time to drive further afield and we arrived in Orange about 7.00 am Monday and had a very bracing walk for a klm up the avenue to the Roman arch. It is the largest most intact roman arch in France 2000 years ld.
We took lots of pics as the sun came up and we noticed a flock of pigeons on ...
... in England and avoided the A roads at first. Once I got used to the car I started to drive them to save time but everyone overtook me as I was driving slowly. By the end of my time there I was enjoying the manual shift and driving like a rally driver. I doubt I will ever drive in Europe or America where it's left hand drive because I have a hard enough time being a pedestrian and not getting run over. So, while I'm managing to ...
... magnificent crumbling ruins of the chateau, with medieval weapons, towers you can climb, and splendid views all around the countryside. Quite unexpected and in significant contrast to the crumbling chateau experience, was the much more modern light and sound show at the Carrieres de Lumieres. You enter into a chilly limestone quarry, where images of art are illuminated in time to music on each of the huge cave walls, ceiling and floor. The artist on display changes ...
... raised funds to build a bridge across the Rhone river, then opened a hospice alongside. Next we visited the Pont du Guard, a most impressive aqueduct, that has been extended recently to give better facilities to the locals, many of whom we saw swimming & canoeing today. They also use it for some the Bastille Day fireworks. We finished our day in Avignon with dinner under the sycamore arches in Place De L'Horlode, where you ...