Le Moulin du Rossignol
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... we wanted to stay on and go to the Cezanne stop. Much Gallic muttering and several dramatic eye rolls. I mimed revalidating our tickets, but was waved away, and told to 'asseyez vous'! It's times like this that I'm glad I don't understand the language ;)
It was a really good way to see some (most?) of the suburbs. We went from less than salubrious to very fancy on the Avenue Paul Cezanne, and when forced ...
... nothing at all :) And it was bliss. Woke up late, lazed around writing diaries, reading and catching up on world news until we got hungry enough to venture out in search of food. We found La petite café and had our usual tomato and mozzarella salade with a glass of iced rose, and watched all the people passing by, inventing whole histories for them based on a few seconds observation. A very relaxing way to spend an hour or so under the shade of the beautiful plane ...
... reached a decision point on the walking notes. Up a steep, loose, rocky hill to a lookout or continue on back towards town. Jude and I took the low road and the boys took the high one.
We had finally reached the downhill part of the walk!!! Yay!!! It was a bit steep and treacherous for a short stretch but then became a beautiful stroll through trees, bushes and flowers. There were large rock face walls lining the path at some points and ...
Tuesday & Wednesday Oct 21&22 Up early to pack, clean up and then to get the bags downstairs. Much easier than going up! Our taxi arrived on time as did our TGV train to Avignon. 40 minutes later we picked up our Peugeot 508 and using the GPS drove to St Andre de Cruzieres which is in the Ardeche region N-W of Avignon. This is where Sonya and David's friend Geoff lives in an old converted farm house built ...
... didn't even swim when we got back. Paul crashed out, the girls watched a movie and I cooked pasta (our staple - I'm still on the 3kg bag I brought with us from Tesco) The girls perked up after food and Scarlett & Gen had a competition to see how many mini Milka bars they could devour in 3 mins. Scarlett won consuming 9, Gen was a close second with 8! We all showered, Cece had a bath and we took to our beds - shattered but happy. ...