Le Clos du Buis
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We had another lovely continental breakfast, same as yesterday but today's also included yoghurt before we embarked on another day's walk.
At 9. …
After breakfast Andrew, Peter, Joe and I went for the Cedar Forest walk but Mary decided not to join us on this walk.
Today's walk provided a gradual and pleasant climb through the forest leading us to the ridge of the Petit Luberon mountain. …
There is something beautiful about hearing church bells in these small towns perched up on these rocky outcrops and something we don't hear in Australia. Today's temperature was to be a scorching 31 degrees and it was in our best interest to commence as soon as possible. Breakfast is absolutely outstanding at the "Le Clos du Buis", this is not just …
Andrew and I backed track into town to the Boulangerie as I had lost my itinerary notes yesterday afternoon. Unfortunately the notes were not left there and we checked two other possible areas and once again no luck. Andrew and I returned the "The Borie" and joined Netty, Aunty Mary and Peter for breakfast. Yogurt included in today's continental …
... Dinner doesn't really start till 8 or 9 at night so you don't get home and to bed till 11ish - or later if there is music etc to listen to. And then it all starts again the next day! This kind of life reminds me of my brother Nathan. All we seem to do is shop for food, cook and eat it and then shop for food again for dinner. Nath is well known for discussing lunch at the breakfast table and then shopping separately for each meal. It is such ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking