L'Auberge du Parc
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Another Saturday, another market day! I love the big market days...
Jan and I made dinner reservations at a highly recommended restaurant for this evening and invited all our friends from Aix, and I suggested a small cocktail party beforehand since the restaurant was close by our apartment. We thought we had figured out the refrigerator situation- (very long story) so we were pretty ...
Jan, Cathleen and Claire all went in the water, however I opted to just observe. the water was pretty rough, and it was quite the feat to get in and out amongst the rocks.
Claire's son Ayman spent his time scrambling up and down the ...
We drove practically nonstop from Barcelona to Provence, the South of France, in about 6 hours and was quite surprised that the drive cost around $150 in fuel and road tolls. If we did not have to tow a caravan, Joyce and I could have flown there cheaper!!
The site we chose was really nice, set in the lee of limestone cliffs that offered protection from the heat and sun.
The day after we arrived we met up with our friends Lin ...
... I'd guess at about maybe 40 or so years, but it is all very well established gardens with water-features , and the facilities, whilst old, are all in good shape and very comfortable to use. There is even a lovely fast-flowing stream, almost a river, at the foot of the garden. If they had some kayaks we could go white-water rafting... I think we might move on tomorrow, out of the big smoke, and have a look at the near- countryside.....If it stops raining.... ...
We are now in our lovelly apartment located on an old farm outside of Orgon near Avignon. We are now self catering well mostly and really relaxing more. Today we visited a market in Bedoin at the base of Mt Ventoux which you might know if you watch the Tour De France. There were loads of cyclists mostly older people all dressed in Lycra and brown as chestnuts. Every day the markets are in a different town and some are bigger and ...