Residence Club Mmv Aubignan Les Demeures Du Ventoux
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... us off at a tollbooth. It took us an hour to get a lift but, cecile, the woman who finally picked us up, brought us about 300 km further south. After this lift it was almost to easy. Car after car was willing to help us. At this moment we are enjoying the sun, my fathers company and my little brothers in Curnier. Thank you France, for the amazing expirience so far.
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... bliss. In the afternoons we walked down to the river to see the weary canoeists coming back from their descent down the river, most of whom looked like they had also had a dunking!
Having recharged our batteries we then headed back to see my brother in Burgundy. With only a week left before it was time to head back home we had promised to help him lay a patio. It’s a job that he had been wanting to do for about 2 years but a lack of time ...
Saturday, we visited Les-Baux-de-Provence, a medieval walled city with well-preserved ruins of a castle and fortifications. It is a beautiful location high in the Alpilles with an incredible view of the surrounding area. The bleak valley below is called the Val d'Enfer, and that area with its strangely shaped rocks was the inspiration for Dante's conception of hell in The Inferno. The town is a major tourist ...
... stopping for a coffee on the way. Avignon is on the banks of the Rhone river and has an ancient town centre enclosed by medieval ramparts and is one of the the few French cities to have preserved its ramparts. We walked around the town centre for a while and then stumbled across some fantastic indoor markets - unfortunately they were just packing up as it was early afternoon but we saw some of the stalls and it was amazing - ...
... had a white viognier and a granache Cotes de Rhone. What a great experience. Needless to say, we didn't need lunch. Later in the afternoon we walked back the Palais gardens to have another view when it wasn't foggy. What an amazing view since we were quite high up at this point and you can see out many kilometres and over the 2 branches of the Rhone. There is a cafe and a lovely pond with ducks and ducklings, and large goldfish. In the evening we went to ...