A world-famous arts festival, an ever-thriving wine trade and a lively student population ensure Avignon isn’t just a showcase of medieval architecture, but a buzzing Provencal center as well.   Day 1: Pont and Palace  Start at the Palais ... 

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Lavender!

July 2013

One of many fields we saw that day.

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October 2011

Pont du Gard

White horses of the Camargue

May 2011

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White horses of the Camargue cooling down in a pond

View from the top of Roman Colosseum, Nimes, France

May 2011

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View from the top of Roman Colosseum, Nimes, France (almost 2,000 years old)

Espace Van Gogh, Arles

May 2011

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Espace Van Gogh, Arles

Espace Van Gogh, Arles

May 2011

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Espace Van Gogh, Arles

Avignon City Wall

May 2011

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The ancient stone city wall of Avignon, France

Lavender

July 2010

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Lavender

Pont du Gard

November 2009

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The famous ancient Roman aqueduct built to transport water to the city of Nimes.

Getting Stuck Into it

January 2015

The hands-on experience was enjoyable

Lovely Kitchen

January 2015

Getting ready to start cooking

Standing on the bridge at the Pont du Gard

January 2015

Surreal experience walking the bridge at Pont du Gard.

View of Gordes from afar

December 2014

We stopped long enough to take pictures by the ledge on the side of the road of Gordes before going into town.

Cooking Class

October 2014

Happy chefs-in-training w/ Chef Caroline and Corrine

Great post-lunch group photo (Oct. 2014)

October 2014

Our class with Chef Caroline, thanks so much!

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