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... and many others have works. Overall a very cultural day which we enjoyed very much. We have shopped for tomorrow as it is a public holiday tomorrow for 11/11 and everything will be closed. After arriving home we didn't feel like venturing our again so tomato on toast was the meal. It appears that Kenny may be getting my wog, so early to bed and a lazy day tomorrow. Oh, we are continually finding these large courtyards with big oak trees and much atmosphere just ...
... this is a university town, as Marlene and I were suddenly 30 years older than the average person on the street as opposed to in Frejus, where the opposite is true. We met Sarah, our Canadian tour guide, at 2 o'clock, and went on a very relaxing drive through Provence and the Luberon Valley, visiting three very different vineyards. The first one was around 300 years old and backed onto some Roman ruins. The next one was not quite as old and was just purchased by a ...
... to its sides so that it looks amazing when it comes into view from the road below. There is a fortified castle that encloses the village and of course it was market day.The views over the surrounding countryside were lovely and I could pick out squares of sunflowers and lavender punctuating the green fields below. The streets were narrow and cobbled typical of a medieval town and it is listed as one of "Les Plus Beaux ...
... where I am staying in the old town of Aix-en-Provence with my dear friend Jan.
Thursday was all about settling in and still juggling work from afar, challenging with the time difference. I was able to take some time to get out and walk, and found a little shop where I bought a little french dress. See the dress in the pic.
... is some gang warfare amongst different groups, but the danger is more to each other than to the populations as a whole. We made our way to the Old Port which was beautiful: boats of all sorts moored, an active fish market along the front, restaurants and cafes around the edges, and in the distances, old forts and light houses on each side. There is a large covered space with a mirror ceiling where later we saw a jazz duo performing. We caught a bus up to ...