BEST WESTERN Hotel de l'Arbois
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... 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, ...
... dark-skinned may have been the child of Jesus and Mary Magdalene. Not sure I buy that, but it is certainly possible that Mary made her way to the South of France. Anyway, the alter in the church is beautiful and in grotto is an erie statue-like skeleton said to be the bones of Mary Magdalene. The church paints a convincing picture. I've wanted to see this place for a long time and I'm glad it was one of our first stops. ...
... drugs each to be taken at all times of the day. Total cost for our eight lots of drugs was 58 Euro 60 ($83). It's obviously a lot cheaper to be sick in France than Australia.
We then decided to drive to Gordes, a small hilltop village or about 2,000 people. I decided to take the scenic route there via a national park. This was good as we got to see more of Provence away from the highways. There were plenty of old farm houses made of stone ...
Today is : Thursday October 16, 2014 The Weather was : Sunny and warm. 22 Today’s main activities were : Aix-En Provence Got up late and wandered down to the local markets. AEP is a market town. Flower market, fresh produce market, flea market and clothes markets. All in different parts of the old town and packed with people. Had a better look at the town and its buildings and old statues. Bought some lunch and had it back at ...
... a spot for our stuff, and then went up to rehearse with La Philharmonie Provence Mediterranee. There was very little time, so we didn't get to know the conductor nearly as well as our Spanish conductor. It would be tough to beat Spain with the emotional, dramatic conducting; however, the French conductor won us over when he complimented us later. He said, "I don't know how to describe it any other way, but you made it easy." He compared us ...