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The Pavillon's rooms are a wee bit frayed round the edges, but this adds to their charm. Lovely architecture; the outside has been restored well. Gardens are beautifully tended, with the roses still going strong in November.
We stayed at the Aquabella and we're looking for a last minute walk prior to leaving town. On Sunday morning there were just a few people enjoying the sweet little urban garden. It's a nice little neighborhood gem not too far from the center of...More
Sunny day and the garden was delightful. Staff in house were very pleasant. It is closed between 12.30 and 1.30 each day. Exhibit is simply about Picasso and Villiers a photographer and their relationship. A so, so exhibit. It had an english audio guide which...More
A small pavilion which unfortunately was not well preserved in time in terms of the interior and in all honesty, did not offer much. There was a small exposition of Picasso’s art (photographs and cutouts) but all in all - one could not spend more...More
The Pavillon is in itself a wonderful thing to see, but an even better part of it are the gardens you enter first coming onto the grounds. Surrounded by a wall and neighboring houses, the setting is perfect for a picnic with items from the...More