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  • kimberly_biglife
    Atlanta, GA68 contributions
    This place is special. A beautiful wine estate, the wine is delicious, the tour is interesting. We held our wedding here in 2017 and returned this year for a 5 year anniversary party. Cecile is great to work with and we truly love this estate. We recommend enjoying the tour and picnic, it's a enjoyable afternoon.
    Written 27 June 2022
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  • Steven R
    Kent12 contributions
    Definitely worth a visit, what a great market & a beautiful town. Make sure you visit, Saturday morning until 12.00, it does get very busy & can be hard to fine a parking space.
    Written 12 June 2022
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  • Penny D
    42 contributions
    Exquisite food full of exploding flavours, delightful Bebian wine staff were superb altogether an experience never to be forgotten.
    Written 3 May 2022
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  • Bohort G
    Paris, France2 contributions
    What a great show! All the cast were spot on and such wonderful vibe throughout the production. This theatre is a gem in Pézenas--do not miss it! Bravo!!!!
    Written 15 August 2017
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  • Jonny G
    East Anglia, UK22 contributions
    Very helpful staff who can fill in all the Blanca on the abundant leaflets. Also there are toilets and wheelchair access
    Written 4 September 2019
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  • Kenny V
    Rijmenam2 contributions
    This parc has an incredible story that must be told! Yes, it's not big, yes you won't see any elephants here, but what you get is a close look, feeding animals you probably never heard from (skinny anyone?). My 6 year old twins really loved it and didn't want to leave.

    The story! It is entirely run by a group of animal lovers who rescued it 2 year ago after this zoo was closed down due to bankruptcy. So they decided to not give up on the animals that where still there and are gradually building it up again through natural birth and some minor acquisitions with the limited funds they have. So plz, next time you start nagging about that 12 eur entrance fee... This is for keeping the animals alive, build upon an amazing experience and not to fund the people working there.

    This parc has areas of improvement. Yes they know, they inherited it and are trying to fix it bit by bit. So, enjoy your stay with the kids, feed the animals, pay with a smile, have a drink, buy a gift,...

    You are helping this noble cause! Or would you rather spend your money on a Primark shirt or over-expensive cocktail 🤔😉
    Written 14 August 2019
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  • earthwolf
    Lyon48 contributions
    This is the remains of a roman bridge and I think some parts of it were already renovated during the mediaeval time. It’s next to a water powerplant and an old water mill, so it’s a really nice quick stop. If you’re daring you could go to the middle of the bridge, and enjoy the view, but it’s not that easy (uneven)
    Written 25 April 2022
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  • David M
    Milton Keynes, UK21 contributions
    Old Roman bridge part of the old Roman road Via Domanita and next to it is an ancient mill. Really peaceful just watching the river flow by and through the old bridge.
    Written 12 August 2015
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  • Joan P
    Lyng, UK33 contributions
    A very unusual place to visit. The perfumes are good, and one can sample them before buying. They also sell nice gifts including soaps.
    Written 1 June 2016
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  • Karen W
    Capestang, France482 contributions
    My husband and I visited this extraordinary place together. We found enough items to keep us both entertained on memory lane for ages.
    It was lovely to see young children enjoying the museum as much as the adults !
    Written 14 December 2017
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  • Bridget C
    Southampton, UK105 contributions
    We were visiting Pezenas for the day and saw that the museum didn't open till late afternoon, so we extended our parking tickets and returned when it opened. It was a labyrinth of rooms on many floors and all manner of hinges, handles etc as well as doors. We were a group of six, with two girls. The lady in charge told us about the treasure hunt, so we had great fun looking for it and were rewarded with a sweet treat at the end. A fascinating place with a great variety of items to see.
    Written 1 October 2018
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  • Grandmere4
    Pittsburgh, PA799 contributions
    By happenstance, we came across an organ recital at this church; it was a lovely way to spend a Sunday afternoon.
    Written 23 October 2019
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  • RANDMB1
    Weybridge, UK68 contributions
    A wide range of works by local and regional artists ranging from individual pieces of pottery (both modern and traditional) together with lighting (mostly modern) in the basement.
    Written 11 September 2019
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  • Shelagh22W
    Scotland, UK181 contributions
    I think we made the mistake of thinking that four adults in one rail cart, taking turns at peddling, would be less exhausting than two carts, however we hadn't figured for the additional drag!

    Fortunately two of the team were fit twenty somethings so they were charged with most of the work.

    The weather was unseasonably wet during our visit and we almost got caught in a thunder storm. There was limited cover and certainly only one stop, at the mid point of the track, which would have provided complete shelter.

    It was a pleasant way to spend an afternoon and there were refreshments available before and after the journey.
    Written 2 June 2018
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  • atti2ud
    Prince Edward County, Canada297 contributions
    We just started walking in the old area and it was fantastic.

    I read a review before this one that stated that the ghetto wasn’t explained. They obviously didn’t see all of it because there are plaques and explanations in a few languages in different areas. You just need to find them.

    We had dinner in the middle of the square outside and you should as well.

    The people are so friendly.

    Go there

    Cheers
    Written 2 June 2022
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