Le Mas des Gres
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... br> We stayed in there for a hour. When we went into the car Jingles was in there, he got into the car.
Then we went to look at a village inside castle walls.
On the last day we went to Avignon. It was FREEZING!
The wind felt like snow. We walked all around the area.
There was markets and merry-go-round's. We caught a train on road and went all around town.
... next day we went to a place called Arles where we just walked around again and went to a old windmill.
We went back home and I fell down the stairs and re opened the cut. It hurt too by the way. It
was poring out blood.
We stopped at a very old chateau. And my sister rode her first pony.
Then we found a play ground and I was playing on it, then ...
... br> We are a 10 minute drive from Arles, so the first day was walking through this town.
It had a couple of roman ruins but not much else to hold our attention.
Another day trip was to Aix-en-Provence where we wandered around the street markets.
We checked out the beautiful Chateau d Estoublon, which is on so much land, covered with vineyards and olive groves.
It was a nice walk around the gardens.
... and given a lesson on the different types of lavender found in Provence. There are two types; the fine or genuine lavender and a hybrid called Lavendin. The former, we were told, is the genuine article full of medicinal properties while the latter is produced commercially for soap, disinfectant and industrial purposes. Proper lavender only grows above a certain altitude, we were told, and anything else is the hybrid Lavendin. A quick look at Wikipedia would indicate this is a ...
... chasing the ball the dog would dribble it back with one paw then the other as if it was playing soccer. In the morning, before we left Sous l'Olivier, the weather had been cool and overcast but by the time we were ready to leave the olive grove it had turned into a beautiful, blue sky, sunny day. M. Jeannons offered to set up a table under the trees for us if we wished to have a picnic. We all jumped at the idea and headed into town to ...