Etap Hotel Aix en Provence Les Milles
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... Dinner doesn't really start till 8 or 9 at night so you don't get home and to bed till 11ish - or later if there is music etc to listen to. And then it all starts again the next day! This kind of life reminds me of my brother Nathan. All we seem to do is shop for food, cook and eat it and then shop for food again for dinner. Nath is well known for discussing lunch at the breakfast table and then shopping separately for each meal. It is such ...
... mouth. But I tell you - what a trooper - he pretty much are it all. When we got back to wifi we found out that it was pigs intestines and that the French view was, the stronger the smell the better the meal! When Mr S ordered the meal the waiter gave him a bit of a look ... We weren't sure what it meant at the time but now we know he was impressed with the choice!! Lunches - we love to eat but we know that we have to moderate ourselves when we are ...
... a few beaches along the way and we stopped for another coffee for Mr S and a tea for me. The tea was awesome - it is so hard to get tea here when you want black tea with milk (rather than earl grey taken black). However Mr S's cappuccino was a sight - espresso topped with whipped cream from a can!! Tasted alright but was not what we were expecting.
While the gardens themselves were ...
... shutters and ridiculously huge yachts and you would be pretty right. The hotel is a cute European B and B style one bedroom. Keys collected from a local restaurant and only one flight of stairs to our room. Double glazing masks most noise from the street and we both sleep the night through! Waking up we look down at the street and here is the view from our room! Welcome to France!! A quick walk to the harbour for breakfast and we ...
... shuts down on Sunday, but happily we stumbled upon the Amarino gelato outlet we'd seen on our first day in town. Even Dee enjoyed sharing the cup I bought; it's incredibly good, far better than ordinary ice cream to my palate.
We then walked about 15-minutes to reach the mansion, which is a true architectural gem, surrounded by typically formal French gardens. This is the first idyllic ...
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