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We took two buses into town, and out of town today, to see what the other side of the river had to offer. We found a quieter part of the city, set upon a hill, with deserted streets and restaurants welcoming customers with both arms extended. Following a recommendation we had brunch at a patisserie. The woman had no English so we practiced our phrase book French to order some macarons and a delicious vegetable laden open tart. We strolled the streets and took ...
... but they do so with no "spillage" from one scene onto the adjacent wall or floor in the cave which has huge pillars left to support the roof after the stone was extracted, and the pillars are also projected onto in the same seamless fashion... I simply cannot do it justice here, but do have a Google on it, because it is simply an amazing experience. It is all ..."animated" isn't the right word, but is all moving and growing, and evolving as you watch, and after ...
... exploration on foot. Not a lot to see really, but we had some lunch and pressed on to Banon. Again, very scenic. We stopped at Banon and had a wander around - this village is at the highest point of that particular stage of the Tour. It's a small village with a couple of shops and we stopped for a coffee and an explore, but then set off back to base. Our GPS took us on ...
This morning we left Switzerland with a heavy heart, to head back to France for the next part of the tour. The majority of the day was spent on the bus traveling back over the border. We got Avignon late this afternoon and have been on a small walking tour of the city - the bridge and the palace of the popes are the main highlights of the city. I love the little European streets of cobblestone, ...
... a problem! Not only would climbing a mountain be that much more difficult, but it was causing wear on the tire wall that could cause a blow out before long. I called Connie, who by now had just reached Malaucène, and asked her to turn back and get me a spare tire from the B&B just in case while I would continue on my way. Within 5 minutes I'd reached Malaucène and just as I entered the town I noticed a cycling shop on the left so I swung around and went in. ...