BEST WESTERN Le Domaine De La Petite Isle
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... that were places of refuge for farmers, shepherds and sometimes whole communities. Provence has 6000 of them! They were used until the end of the 19th century. The village we visited has been restored. The huts are small but would be much better than a house of wood. Dryer, cooler in the summer, warmer against the winter cold and wind.
We drive by the Senanque Abbey which is still a monastery surrounded by fields ...
... there the bull is not actually killed.
We had lunch by the River Rhone and then walked through the Public gardens to The Alyscamps ( Provencal for Champs Elysees) This is a Roman and medieval Necropolis ...
... scallops the size of fried eggs i have never seen scallops this big before. A firm white flesh fish is wrapped and goes into our basket.
The fish is tender and succulent. The scallops cooked in rich creamy butter and finely minced garlic are exquisite. The bottle of wine from the region Katia has left us is delicious.
We are relaxed and starting to feel like we are in the most beautiful dream and i reach over and pinch Lucas gently ...
It rained for a bit during the night, but the sound of falling rain was far more harmonious then the rest of the noises we are hearing each night here in Sorgue. Sleep is a premium item when you can get it. The locals wander home at all hours under our windows and get home in time for us to her the street cleaner come thru the square several times while they do the block, then the rubbish trucks, then the delivery vans that have to get out of ...
... region. The vantage point provided safety in medieval times. In WWII it was bombed as it was a centre for the Resistance. Maryse described a Kir Royale which is popular here: sparkling wine with 1 1/2 tsp of cassis. On route we passes these conical stone houses which date back 3000 years, and were in use until the 19th C. They are called 'borises'. Lunch was in a creperie. Dorothy and Maija had the crepes and I had a wonderful Salade ...