La Cigale en Provence
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... up on our writing and having lunch on the deck in the sun. Then it’s off to the Cedar Forest just 4 km away situated on the very top of the Petite Luberon. The road up is narrow with drop offs on either side but the views are stunning. At the top we park and take a trail. It’s not well marked, just yellow lines on trees so we aren’t sure if we are on the one we want but it is pretty and going the right way. We ...
... about Portugal called A Small Death in Lisbon by Robert Wilson. So far it’s good and it’s giving me a little insight into Portugal in the present and during WWII. There is a puzzle here that I’ve started. I’m serious about taking a vacation from my vacation and relaxing.
Tuesday we ventured out to three hill towns near here. There was a market in Lacoste in the morning. Imagine ...
So, maybe some folks in audience were unaware that before the Pope lived in Rome, he lived in Avignon. hmmmmmmmmmmm? Well, not just 1 pope, of course, there were a few, mostly the party pope v. the war monger pope in the 14th century.
After touring the palace, we went back to the ship for lunch and then a ...
It is an absolute wonderland of fresh produce and we place gigantic red tomatoes, crisp lettuce, an avocado from Africa, crisp cucumber, fresh farm eggs and mushrooms into our basket along with garlic bulbs. The choices are endless and we just have to have a baguette and the most tempting mille-feuille, (vanilla slice), for desert. Here is the Poissonnier (fish monger) we have no idea what the names for the fish are so we choose ...
... has them lasting for three days, or in multiples of three days. Our visit started with a tour of a room containing the stainless steel tanks the grapes are first dropped into from holes in the roof after harvest. In here, depending on the variety, they are processed via different methods to separate the fluid from the skins/flesh. From here they are then mixed into wines and for some of the reds, stored in oak barrels. We are shown into the room where the oak barrels ...