Auberge de Carcarille
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... through beautiful countryside and saw the lavender fields. They were full of brown stumps. I said to the kids that they will have to make a promise to themselves, that they will come back one day and see the lavender fields in flower. Tess said 'why? I know what lavender looks like and I saw the photos at the shop".
Mmmm........Clint and I think we could have saved ourselves some cash and done this trip at home with ...
key might be better for us. The restaurant we finally chose had great food – but I regretted letting Mitch talk me into the salmon gravelax starter (I knew I wouldn’t like it). And as Mitch said, the wind started to spring up, and I suddenly found myself very cold – while waiting for
our mains to arrive. Duck was great – but got cold very quickly in the wind! And ended up racing through dessert so could get back to the warmth of the ...
... color: rgb(17, 17, 17); font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: 17.77777862548828px;">The territory of Gordes occupies some of the "Les Monts de Vaucluse", a group of mountainsand hills, part of the Calavon valley, also called the Luberon Valley
Back in Gordes we head for the usual cold refreshing beer. This was to ...
... shops everywhere (all closed on Wednesdays obviously) but I loved strolling through it's narrow streets as there was plenty to see and buy and far less touristy than Fontaine-du-Vaucluse. I bought a set of Laguiole cutlery for a fraction of what they cost at home. We will come back here when the brocantes market is on. It was then back to Villa Rosalys for a swim and then aperitif on the terrace - oh, this is the life. Tommorrow is market day in ...
... looks very original and ancient. Plus they have picked one very steep hill to perch it all on. Unlike the Loire area this patch of France saw a lot of battles and massacres (mainly the catholics at work) so Samuel has been busy re-enacting a few battle scenes.
We visited Pont du Gard which is a famous aquaduct. It was built by the Romans in 50 AD and we saw lots of frogs and tadpoles in the river under the Pont ...