Auberge du Presbytere
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Pets allowed
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... up on our writing and having lunch on the deck in the sun. Then it’s off to the Cedar Forest just 4 km away situated on the very top of the Petite Luberon. The road up is narrow with drop offs on either side but the views are stunning. At the top we park and take a trail. It’s not well marked, just yellow lines on trees so we aren’t sure if we are on the one we want but it is pretty and going the right way. We ...
... Lots of gated drives, security systems and fences. Guns are illegal so there aren’t many violent crimes. The French are dangerous drivers. They drive very fast, pass on blind corners, tailgate and nearly run you off the narrow roads. There’s lots of bicyclists from families and a group of 7 year olds we saw climbing a pretty steep hill today to guys who seem to be training for the Tour de France. ...
... back of their push bike, breaking a fresh end bit off and munching on it as they walk down the street!! It’s almost like a fashion accessory here. So of course, we have joined in the tradition, and in most towns we have discovered our favourite Boulangerie (there are always many to choose from), and returned each day to buy a crunchy fresh baguette.
Then of course there is the deliciously airy and flaky breakfast tradition of a buttery warm croissant fresh from the ...
We started the day with a delightful French continental breakfast
After breakfast we commenced our last walk to Rustrel where would be picked up and returned to our accommodation. My pedometer failed me today, so was not able to indicate how many steps we did, but it was about 12kms.
... serif; line-height: 17.77777862548828px;">We took the same route as the previous day, to the hamlet Sivergues, but it was to then take us on a differnt direction
We walked at the base of the Aiguebrun River, the only permanent river of the Luberon mountains, its limestone walls and luxuriant vegetation. We climbed out of the canyon to reach the lost hamlet of Sivergues before crossing the Aiguebrun and climbing up to the Claparedes plateua, with the lavendar ...