Le Clos des Cigales
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- Free parking
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This morning we headed out and went for a walk through the town and to the Papal palace. We walked around the gardens, up the hill to the park and through the souvenir shop.
The town was still waking up. It is a beautiful old town but still different to the others we have seen. So French.
We walked back through the shops and bought delicious baguettes for brunch.
We walked to the car and drove to the historic town Arle. ...
Weather - warm and sunny Today was going to be an easy day just lazing around Villa Rosalys. I had to post my box of goodies home so we headed into Roussillon to the poste. We packaged up the box and sent it off. I bought another box and brought it back to fill that one up too. Back into Roussillon we went and sent that one off ...
... we had ventured into town to buy a few things to tie us over until the food market in Roussillon on Thursday, so at least we had some eggs, coffee, cereal, milk, some fruit and salad veggies. Breakfast was delicious. Jack is teaching himself to use the very fancy coffee machine in the villa, so we also had a cappuccino each. We had decided last night that today was going to be a "do nothing" day and just enjoy the villa - swim, read ...
... the friendly staff here, who always call us by our name, the heavenly views, the beach and the challenging surf. On our 4 months of travels, comprising 19 flights, 3 train journeys, 6 car hires and a cruise, we have been hugely blessed with simply amazing weather and luckily not a cough or a snuffle along the way. …. but NOW …….it is surely time to return to our home, our gorgeous friends and heavenly Roussillon….thank you for journeying along with us.
We made the most of a rainy morning in Roussillon by enjoying cafe au lait and crepes at Cafe Richard. The ochre mines were nearby, so we bought beautiful paints for me made from this ore.
Lunch was in the town of Mererbes at Roy Soliel. After lunch we arrived in Arles, toured the Roman ruins and did a little shopping in the town where Vincent Van Gogh lived and ...