Auberge du Vieux Fox
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We went to bed late last night, so we didn't get up when the alarm went off at 8:30 am. I think we got up about an hour later. We showered and got on the road toward Salon de Provence.
When we first got into the town, it didn't look like there was much there. It was lunch time, so I drove around a little looking for a good area to park and get some food. Eventually, I saw a sign for the historic center, so that's where we ...
... waiting for us to see!
What a joy to feel and smell endless lavender and sunflowers side by side - miles and miles of them!
After a bit of "babyfoot" in a village and watched locals play petanque by a castle, we headed back to Esparron for dinner and a relaxing evening in the castle.
... longer than expected: 4+ hours to cover 200km, I enjoyed the mountain drive without traffic and green scenary, to arrive at elevated village with a beautiful green lake and a medieval castle to stay by 7pm!
The owner of the chateau was there to warmly welcome us, and we enjoyed our stay like guests more than visitors!
... we may have to drive along this road. Steve - think of Dunedin and multiply by about 100 with a massive drop over the side! After the pedalo we went back to Sven and got some extra kit and then walked to the shop to get an ice cream and Jess bought an inflatable float to take to the lake for the girls to go on. They had a bit of fun being dragged around before Olivia got cold and Lily wanted to read some more Harry Potter on her Kindle so they went in. Ruby and Allegra ...
... the basket just a few feet above the ground, pulled it over to a better spot. It was amazing how precise they could be – if the balloon started to sink, they just heated the air a bit more so they didn’t touch down and then were pulled along. Once they were down, the pilot pulled on the quick air release string which drew in the fabric at the top of the balloon. The hot air could then escape and the balloon began to deflate. We could then get out ...