The Eglise St Trophime was defined as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1981. It’s a very characteristic of Provencal Romanesque architecture. But Van Gogh said it made him feel terrible.
No bullfights today, Why not some wine? Some my favorite pink wine of Provence, And some beer, too.
Vincent Van Gogh left Paris for Arles Provence in early 1888. Left us a lot of paintings about his Arles life story. But the Courtyard of the Hospital is a sad one.
Yeah, I was in Van Gogh’s Cafe. His famous painting was still on the wall.
Maybe the only difference is people here.
That is it! The familiar yellow, Van Gogh’s yellow!
It’s the right place of Vincent van Gogh’s The Cafe Terrace, It’s now called the Cafe Van Gogh.
The Lavender Museum is not far from Gordes.It’s a important part of Lavender Line.
I learned how to tell different kinds of Lavender. That’s useful:)
I got up very early the morning I left Avignon.
The sun rose slowly outside the Avignon TGV Station.
Maybe it’s showing “welcome back to Provence” to me.
There were seven Popes had resided in Avignon. So Palace Of the Popes to Avignon just as the Forbidden City to Beijing. It’s the UNESCO World Heritage Site, and of course, the place I can’t miss in Provence.
Left Senanque Abbey, I kept walking along the Lavender Line of Luberon area. My next goal was Gordes.
I think even if there is no Peter Mayle and his A Year In Provence, Roussillon is definitely the Must-See village on Lavender Line, with its wonderful red.
Roussillon was my first stop of Lavender Line. It is considered one of the most impressive villages in France.
Louisa brought me some sausage from Avignon last year. It tasted great.
So I bought Provence local food from Avignon Farmer Market for my own breakfast.
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