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Travel Blogs from Aix-en-Provence
... stores. It's kind of humbling as all of your money is being split between specialists. Next door to the boulangerie was a shop called "Gifi", it had everything inside. If you imagine a bigger version of the British "Home Bargains" but more expensive. I luckily found an adapter, but the bad news it was €15!! I really needed it but could I afford it? The answer was no! Considering the mighty costs of tolls getting to the south, they left me poor. What was I to ...
... began more than a century ago. Here we saw the beautiful 17th century chateau before waiting for our taxi to transfer us back to our accommodation "The Pyramide".
We returned to prepapre for dinner at the same restaurant as the night before, and of course had another 3 course meal.
... the village. Of course, before we started sightseeing, we just had to have a coffee and pastry.
We walked right up to the highest point, to take advantage of the breathtaking panoramic views amongst the ruins of the castle.
... River and following it until we reached Fort De Buoux.
The present village is rather scattered and the houses date back from the middle and end of the XV111th century. In the XVIIIth century the village abandoned the church on the Plateau and had a new church built in 1780. In 1845 Buoux still had 250 ...
... Today's walk I did 18691 steps, about 13kms, which lead us to Auberge des Seguins.
The first half of the walk was leisurely, along back country roads. We looked back ffrom time to time to see Bonnieux before it disappeared from view.
On the plateau we walked through truffle oak plantations and by ...