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... disease killed the silk worms, synthetic dyes replaced their natural dyes and a freeze killed 50,000 olive trees. The town was decimated and by 1960 was abandoned. However, some artists found it and were inspired by the ruins. Slowly they brought it back and eventually it was discovered by the wealthy from Paris and around Europe. Now it is a very well to do enclave of million dollar homes, spas, galleries and tourists. We ...
... bread, wine, cheese, olives, tarts and éclairs are fabulous. We’ve had pork twice and both times it was moist, tender and had a light gravy heavily seasoned with herbs that make your mouth water. We miss the spontaneous conversations we had in England and I miss all the flowers. We love France but it feels foreign unlike England which felt more like home. Dad asked which I liked better. I guess I’d have ...
Our apartment is in the middle of the old part of the city. We are on the 4th floor of a small
walk-up apartment building. There are 86 steps up to our apartment and another 12 if we
want to take a shower. That will keep us in shape, the good news.
Parking is impossible and the price for a parking space is outrageous so I have been using
... but there is also a younger, university crowd helping set the tone. Just on the edge of the old town is Cours Mirabeau which is a typically French, wide tree lined avenue studded with statues and fountains, cafes and shops along either side, and people everywhere.
The famous painter Paul Cezanne hails from Aix, and they certainly don’t let you forget it! We picked up a map that had a walking path you could follow in his footsteps. This literally took you ...
... The countryside was full of wheat, lavender and vineyards and in full bloom. Roadside fruit and veg stalls were very tempting and we stopped to indulge ourselves on the perfectly ripe, peaches, nectarines and black cherries. We arrived late afternoon and settled in before both crashing for about 3 hours kip. It was low 30 degrees in Bonnieux and we threw the big French window open looking across the Luberon valley and a beautiful breeze wafted ...