The bridge was built more than 800 years ago (1177) and started falling down a few hundred years ago. The flood of 1669 swept away a lot of it and apparently no one bothered to fix it.
Right outside our front door is a lemon tree full of fruit and yes lemons can be green.
Something that always impresses me in French villages are the beautiful storefronts and displays.
First you purchase a card for, let's say, €40. Then you slide the card into the slot, put your glass under and make your selection of 1 oz, 2 oz or 4 oz. Each wine is individually priced ranging from about €1 to €5 for one ounce depending on the type of wine. When we got down to the last €4.25 Scott had to do some tricky math to determine which combination of wines we could have to get the total down to exactly €0.
It's hard to believe but I was in France almost 24 hours before I had my first gelato - chocolate orange creamy deliciousness. Expect to see more like this.
Below is a view of the limestone walls of the city of Avignon which surround the city for about 4 kilometers.