Hotel Le Belvedere
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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"Living the dream"
We met our charming hostess, Veronique, late yesterday afternoon. Fortunately she speaks and writes in perfect English so instructions were easy to understand. The home is built into ancient city walls and includes a grotto with spa, carved into rock. The layout is interesting with lots of low stone doorways and winding stairways, leading to the various levels. ...
It's time to make my way from Nice back up towards Paris and stop number one is Avignon. Avignon is a little town in France and is built with a fortress wall all the way around the town. I stayed at the POP hostel which hands down has the best hostel bed in Europe. Unfortunately I do not have a picture but hopefully my description will do it ...
... Deb wanted an early start on the day,- up at 7:00, breakfast by 7:30, rental agency by 8:00. It was after 8:00 when she was finally dressed and ready for breakfast. No problem. The rental car will still be there. The night before the girl at the tourism office marked an X on our map to show the closest rental agency (Hertz) to our hotel. We started walking about 9:00 am and 20 minutes later reached the X on our map. No Hertz. Deb pulled out her phone ...
All the drinkers from the night before are looking forward to our tour of Chateau Nuef de Pape. We wind the bus through 8000 acres of grapes to arrive at the summer palace of the popes, now in ruins from WWII Nazi damage, and then on to the winery where Ben, the vintner, explains the nuances of the three wines we sample. Caution needed to be exercised tonight at dinner in order to avoid Andy and Joan. Another night of "long story ...
... are in the Arles Archaeological Museum. From the 5th century onwards, the theatre was occupied by houses and religious buildings, which were demolished starting in 1834. At that time the semi-circular orchestra section with its precious marble pavement, the space occupied by the machinery used to raise and lower the curtain, part of the seats, and parts of the outer wall preserved in the Tower of Roland during the Middle Ages were restored ...