Paris to Avignon September 13th 2011 Another early start and 12 hours on the coach to reach Avignon.
Provencial France is more rolling than Germany. Rather pretty.
It was an overcast day so a good day for travelling.
At Avignon there is the Palace of the Popes as seven Roman Catholic Popes resided there during the 14th Century. The Palace is still standing with its stone carved gargoyles & monkeys to protect it from evil and ... read more
Europe » France » Languedoc-Roussillon Although ultimately a victor in World Wars I and II, France suffered extensive losses in its empire, wealth, manpower, and rank as a dominant nation-state. Nevertheless, France today is one of the most modern countries in the world and is a leader am... ... read more
Australian born and married to German born Lou with 3 sons, Guy (24) , Elliott (22) and Lance (21).
We live on the outskirts of Melbourne, Victoria in a location reknown for its rolling farmlands and beautiful beaches both family and surf. It is called Mornington Peninsula.
Our house is an old Federation style farmhouse and we have 2.5 acres or 1 hectare of land.
Other family members are 3 cats ( Madeline, twins Lily and Allen ) 5 chickens and 2 sheep Delilah and Shaun.
Having dined and fully digested our 'Salad days' Lou and I are about to embark of what in Australia is consider... full info