Autour Du Petit Paradis
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... it was mined a year. Now the area has been returned to a natural state and is listed as a conservation area. There is a 50 minute walking trail through the site. It reminds me very much of the red hills in Southern Utah near Zion but much smaller. It’s full of families. We think it must be fall break based on the number of kids who are not in school! The walk is lovely and we enjoy being in nature.
We then visit the ...
... gave us time for a stroll through the side
streets. Score !! We found a huge flea market and spent a while
rummaging for treasures. Could've bought a large brass four-way dressing mirror
but worried how the boat cruise people would react when we brought it on board.
Not to mention those lovely folk at Emirates.
What a surprise the boat was - very smartly
turned out with assigned tables, and proper cutlery. We had expected a salad
roll and ...
... I squeak "Here is the sign to the railway station". We recognise the way back to the TGV station so back into the Hertz office we go and gasping we ask for the TomTom. We do not care how much it costs at this point. We could have bought one outright for less and should have done so at the shopping centre.
This is much better we can plug in the address and off we go with Lucas watching traffic and manoeuvring, me dictating what Mrs.TomTom tells ...
... Right in the centre of Nimes, with windows lining both sides of a stunning light filled open plan living area, the most amazing kitchen with kick **** stove, and the terracotta rooftops of beautiful Nimes all around us. To top it off, our hosts, Melisa and JB were lovely, lovely people, who went out of their way showing us their local hangouts, introducing us to their friends, sourcing souvenir posters for us from a bar down the street, and we went out together several ...
... grow around them. You need the right soil and climate and the truffles (fungus) will grow underground. Oaks are the most common trees used but not the only ones. Different truffles appear at different times of the year (white, black, etc). They are sold from $200 to $600 per kilogram. The owner of this farm had a porsche so business must be good! The oak trees take ten years to produce truffles nearby and during that time they plant lavender in between the rows to ...