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Street of Dyers (Rue de Teinturiers)

Avignon, France
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Ranked #8 of 28 Attractions in Avignon
Type: Historic Walking Areas, Landmarks/ Points of Interest, Cultural
Activities: Walking
Owner description: Historic cobblestoned street that is known for its many cafes and restaurants.
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Type: Historic Walking Areas, Landmarks/ Points of Interest, Cultural
Activities: Walking
Owner description: Historic cobblestoned street that is known for its many cafes and restaurants.
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Farmington, Connecticut
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167 reviews 167 reviews
52 attraction reviews
44 helpful votes 44 helpful votes
4 of 5 stars Reviewed December 3, 2014

A very nice walking street with waterwheels form days of old. The street isn't very lively some nights but on the weekend, it was most enjoyable. We enjoyed drinks outdoors before dinner nearby.

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Albinyana, Spain
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152 reviews 152 reviews
68 attraction reviews
48 helpful votes 48 helpful votes
4 of 5 stars Reviewed November 14, 2014

we happened along this street at lunchtime heading to see the watermill but were pleasantly surprised to find it full of some lovely bistro style restaurants so we sat by the canal and had a delicious lunch in this very peaceful spot

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Abbotsbury, United Kingdom
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39 reviews 39 reviews
10 attraction reviews
18 helpful votes 18 helpful votes
5 of 5 stars Reviewed October 19, 2014

Can't comment on the craft shops highlighted by the guidebooks: we were more taken with the stone blocks separating the pavement from the carriageway: each one with its own distinctive carving - one miniature version of the archway that stands behind it, and one with a man's head poking from one end with his feet poking out the other and... More 

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Huddersfield, United Kingdom
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183 reviews 183 reviews
107 attraction reviews
86 helpful votes 86 helpful votes
4 of 5 stars Reviewed October 11, 2014

A quaint cobbled street so different from the rest of the city, a much more relaxed area, situated just inside the walls of the city with the canal running alongside. The water wheels need some TLC but give an insight to what life must have been like for the textile workers of the time. Look for the carved stones along... More 

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Christchurch, New Zealand
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6 reviews 6 reviews
3 attraction reviews
4 helpful votes 4 helpful votes
3 of 5 stars Reviewed September 27, 2014

Although this street is historically interesting we did not find it as pretty and picturesque as some of the other streets in Avignon.

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Washington DC
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31 reviews 31 reviews
25 attraction reviews
8 helpful votes 8 helpful votes
3 of 5 stars Reviewed September 2, 2014

When we visited many of the shops and galleries were closed, the street was torn-up and under construction. The water wheel was fun to see next to the church and there some restaurants and cafes that were full the couple of nights we walked by.

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Washington, DC United States
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7 reviews 7 reviews
4 helpful votes 4 helpful votes
4 of 5 stars Reviewed September 2, 2014

Happened upon this street when looking for a place to get a glass of wine, and ended up coming back each of the 2 next days of our trip in Avignon. We loved the food (especially Ubu and L'offset), and also enjoyed shopping in a cute little thrift store. The cobblestones and waterwheels add to the street's cool, kind of... More 

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Milton Keynes, United Kingdom
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11 reviews 11 reviews
4 attraction reviews
10 helpful votes 10 helpful votes
5 of 5 stars Reviewed September 1, 2014

A long row of semi-decrepit buildings containing hip restaurants, galleries and bars on one side and a walled canal on the other with the eerie grounds of the Chapelle des Pénitents Gris (Chapel of the Grey Penitents) on the other side of the canal.

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Whitby, United Kingdom
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25 reviews 25 reviews
12 attraction reviews
17 helpful votes 17 helpful votes
5 of 5 stars Reviewed September 1, 2014

Lots of choice of eateries and bars yo suit all pockets.We walked down here on several evenings for food and just a drink and there was always a good buzz from the establishments strung along the edge of the stream which once turned the water wheels used by the dyers who worked in this area. We ate at La Table... More 

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London, United Kingdom
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61 reviews 61 reviews
23 attraction reviews
16 helpful votes 16 helpful votes
5 of 5 stars Reviewed August 29, 2014

make sure you walk along the long street - it runs along a canal and is an ancient route - in the quiet part of the town although it is 'entremuros' central enough but not touristy - nice series of restaurants - feels like what greenwich village NY used to be - you should really go ..

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