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The historic centre of Avignon, which includes the Palais des Papes and the Pont d’Avignon, became a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1995. 930 more words


OFF to see the Festival in Avignon

I had been looking forward to the Festival d’Avignon, the biggest theatre festival in France, for months! Theatre? Yes. In French? Oui!


Avignon is a very old city, known for being the city where popes lived. 800 more words


Old-World Charm of Avignon

Avignon is one of the most gorgeous cities I’ve visited in the world. It has amazing history and you could easily spend so much time exploring the city and the villages nearby as I did. 342 more words


France ~ Avignon Bridge, aka Pont Saint-Bénézet, aka Pont d'Avignon

Sunday, August 2nd ~ Avignon, France (part 1)

Sadly our amazing Uniworld river cruise has come to an end. After enjoying our final delicious breakfast on board, we took a pre-arranged taxi the short distance to a local hotel located just off the main square. 389 more words


3rd August: Sur le Pont d'Avignon

Monday 03/08/2015
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We had to be up early today to pack our bags before our Airbnb host’s Mum arrived at 9am to collect the keys and let us out of the car park. 1,220 more words

South France Day 3: The Sunday Conundrum

Sundays are sometimes dreaded among tourists visiting (Christian) Europe, where it is still considered the Sabbath, or rest day. Apart from the big touristy cities, the shops and restaurants everywhere else are closed, and when you only have a few days there, you wish you could maximise your very little time seeing or doing whatever you can. 2,209 more words

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Sur le Pont d'Avignon

Sorry, I just couldn’t help but use the most generic and overly-used entry title or reference to Avignon. This entry is a continuation on my “May adventures” series, which my soon spill into June if I don’t find some blogging motivation. 1,005 more words

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