Auberge de Jeunesse
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... to try urgh!!!! Anyway it just tastes like pure Nutella hahahaha. My fried rice was just PURE DISGUSTING URGH WORST EVER!!! Totally spoil my craving ;. The rice is so mushy and there's like so many peas inside and it's just disgusting and the ingredients are the instant cook kind, no fresh ingredient at all, totally opposite from our mega fabz lunch!!! We ended our day and packed our clothes for beach/trekking day for tomorrow ...
... France and from a distance it certainly seemed a fair statement. The buildings are set on a hill but also sprawl down the steep sides so the whole hill is covered in pretty stone houses. The view across the Luberon to the right is also stunning so we sat and had a small picnic in the shade and enjoyed the beautiful scenery before us...that was until the next bus load arrived!
Sensing the town itself would be very busy, ...
... very comfortable but it was a great location to get to Cannes and Juan des Pins. Had I known about the construction pit under our window, I would have NEVER had booked. But like I said, it was paid for, the location was excellent and the parking very secure. All part of the adventure. Sorry no pictures of the apartment, just couldn't bring myself to take ...
We began the day with great anticipation....it was the big day, it was our cooking class with Chef Ronald. But first we needed to do some planning for later in the week. We headed to the Tourist Bureau and booked a walking tour of Aix (for Sue, GB and SB for Tuesday) and a tour of the Calanques with the current gang for Friday
Work done now let's head to the markets to meet Ronald. We'd had very heavy rain the previous night in a huge electrical ...
... birthday and farewell dinner of French boeuf with pasta and a salad, the perfect end to a perfect day.
Tomorrow, at 6:30 in the morning, a taxi will whisk Irene to Marseille, where she boards an Air France flight to Amsterdam for a connection to the states. Her three-week sojourn with us has flown by, but Dee and I still have a couple of weeks to savor the Provençal ambience. Bon voyage, cousin!