Chateau De Montcaud
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... pope which, sadly, was bombed by the Germans in WWII. The vines are not espaliered as ours are, but cut right down to little squat, individual bushes heavy with bunches of ripe grapes. We saw them being hand-picked in many fields. The view from the Chateau and the nearby restaurant made me feel as though I was suspended in the sky, or in the top of a tall tree-house - the villages looked so far away.
We ate and drank in the hallowed grounds of Le ...
... entrees - bully had cepe risotto. Divine (yes we got to sharing tastes early on. A new experience for Bully but he has tolerated my assaults on his desserts well and now knows all meals will be shared - to his advantage as well). Mike and I had fresh salmon, with ginger, and confit fennel. Wonderfully fresh, it lit up my tastebuds. Plats were Lapin (rabbit) and sweetbreads on a potato Rosti for the lads, and cabillard (fish) poached in a tomato and white bean consommé ...
... who was matey with Van Gogh, probably got him in trouble all the time and then getting him on benders drinking absinth. We went to a olive farm this morning at Les Baux, they are very famous for olive oil production and it does taste very good. After the olive farm we went to Les Baux de Provence another Roman town that is now mainly turned into ...
... to the lure of the little train for sight seeing. Every town has had a little train that takes tourists around all the important sites & has a commentary in different languages. We figured no one we knew would see us & so we didn't need to be embarrassed. It was actually quite a good tour through the really narrow streets of old Marseille. After that was over we went across the harbour on the ferry which took about 1 minute & then we walked around ...
... to any particular area - Pont du Gard caught us by surprise. The museum helped us understand just exactly how this extremely large structure (second in height to the Coliseum which is only 6-feet taller) was built. We learned about the Roman’s surveying equipment and man-powered cranes as well as the importance of water to the bath-conscious Romans. It is unbelievable that in 19 B.C. the Romans ...