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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We drive to Apt for a decent grocery store to pick up a few items for dinners. The route takes us past towering gray limestone cliffs, along narrow cliff hugging roads and over gorges on skinny bridges. Allen is loving it. He’s been wanting to get to the Monts de Vaucluse so we take our time sharing the road with lots of bicyclists.
Thursday I get to choose. We start off slow enjoying the house and ...
... of France is very Mediterranean. It’s dry, rocky and green. In some ways it reminds us of Utah or Colorado and many of the plants are the same. But then we notice the grapes, olives and tall skinny junipers and it isn’t like home at all. We can see the Alps in the distance but it’s quite hazy from smoke. It appears that people burn their yard waste and with all the hills it settles over the ...
... The caverns are 66 feet high, cleanly cut with huge square pillars holding up the ceiling. The floors are smooth and you can see where each block of stone was cut from the walls. It has been set up with projectors at ceiling. Music is playing and paintings by Klimt, Schiele and Hunderttwasser are projected on the walls and floors at times covering every inch. The paintings fade from one to another in a ...
He (Samuel) is an architect by choice and by passion and gets to live his dream of working his craft independently and with enough clients. She (Cristelle) is a school teacher teaching students at the local Jr. High - French history, history of the world and all kinds of other subjects. This on top of their first priority which is raising their 3 kids - we could not figure out how they can do it but they do it firmly and lovingly. On top of it they have ...
Tuesday morning we got fresh bread and croissants (including pain au chocolat) from our camp shop. Delicious! We couldn't get a decent croissant in Italy so it is good to be back in France. Later on we explored the little medieval town. It is full of little shops selling all local goods from Provence like wine, lavender products, home wares and of course all the beauty products from the area (I picked ...