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... out to be 5-6 more. Our wonderful friend Mary had volunteered to get more rose and beer so we were fine.
Everyone seemed to have a good time, the conversation was lively and we had music courtesy of the new Bluetooth speaker system I had purchased as an early birthday gift to myself at the Apple store in town.
Yes, you heard me - there is an Apple ...
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 ...
... was leisurely, along back country roads. We looked back from time to time to see Bonnieux before it disappeared from view.
On the plateau we walked through truffle oak plantations and by exquisite stone villas. After we reached the Col du Pointe pass we reached the Grand Luberon. A quaint path through the oak forests lead us to Chateaux du Buoux, then up to the 12th ...
... out of the sun as much as we could because it was very very hot out today. I played a car game with Charlie for a bit before lunch and I am realizing that he can be very stubborn and will be the handful.
For lunch we had pizza which was nice because it made me feel like I was back in Canada. They made it in a pizza oven that is situated beside the pool and although the crust was burnt it was still great.
After lunch I took a nap (I know I have such a hard life :P), went for ...
... sure we would miss our train at Marseille. However, the inefficiencies of the system played into our favor when we got to Marseille at 3:40 PM and our train hadn’t departed yet. In more frantic train station scenes that now seemed the norm, we quickly printed our tickets and were on our way!
At Aix, we stayed at an apart-hotel with a small kitchen (!) and were a 25 minute walk from city center. Our dinner at a French/Spanish restaurant was below average ...