Auberge du Presbytere
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Monaco was cloudy and grey this morning when we woke. It is November after all. We checked out of the Port Palace Hotel about 10:00 and departed for Provence. The drive was about three hours and 25€ in tolls. While all part of the travel experience, the cost is a bit aggravating for those of us who are use to "freeways".
We arrived at our "gite" or rental unit in the tiny village ...
... part of Aix. During this time we found 2 museums and enjoyed wonderful display of sculptures and painting. Caumont Centre D'Art was originally one of the most beautiful private mansions in Aix-en-Provence and dates back to 1715. In 2010 it was acquired by Culturespaces and underwent complete restoration to become the home of the new art centre. The Hotel de Caumont plays host to major temporary exhibitions dedicated to the greatest names in the history of art, ...
For the last two weeks, our home has been a very special gite - "le Lavanderin". The gite sits on a lavender farm in "Saignon", a non-touristy medieval village with genuine old world atmosphere and the best "Boulangerie" ever! The views are stunning - majestic mountains surround us.
Every Gite had it's own personality, and "le Lavanderin" is no exception. The stone walls are whitewashed, flax ...
Today, painfully aware that our Provencal adventure was in the final days, we headed off to Roussillon pretty smartish to seriously address their morning market. Natalie and Shelby spend time amongst the clothes, scarves and linen....Mark and Hudson waded through the variety of mouldy sausages and various bread toppings.
After a quick café crème stop we wandered town a little more and then sped off to ...
... arrived at the last stop of the day, Rustrel where we visited this tiny village nestled at the foot of the Plateau d' Albion where the exploration of ochre began more than a century ago. Here we saw the beautiful 17th century chateau before waiting for our taxi to transfer us back to our accommodation "The Pyramide".
We returned to prepare for dinner at the ...