Weekends in the south of France, with this warm weather, can't be wasted, so we decided to go to the famous city of Avignon known for the Pont Saint-Bénezet [a.k.a Pont d'Avignon] [bridge]. The city was really nice, the river was amazing, and so was the bridge, but other than that, France is starting to become a bit monotonous: same old buildings and cobble-stone roads, same old country-side and landscape; we have to begin expanding outside of France - Spain maybe? or Italy, how about Prague? It's so easy to find your way around, a lot of people cringe at the fact that its a large mass of land and you can get lost, but I've been to three cities in France so far and i feel like i can go anywhere in France, it's practically the same [with a city centre at the heart of the city], and the maps are very explicit.
On the way to Avignon, some landscape, Marcos and Tinting [i love this picture: done with a color accent effect on my camera], the church looking building is supposed to be another Notre Dame, and nearing Avignon - there was a tractor made out of hay [now that's when you know you're in real country-side].
These are some shots of the buildings in the city centre of Avignon, what's interesting is: the city centre is surrounded by a wall/fort [seen in the first image].
The tourist paths; Museum; and almost every city has a "Hotel de Ville".
An Irish Pub; Arch of Trees; the all-too-popular cobble-stone road.