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... so much. They stop at the bridge of Pont St. Julien for photos and then take a couple more photos of the beautiful ochre cliffs at the top of Rousillon. The weather turns harsh as they prepare to return to our house and the rain begins to pour down. They decide to depart in the rain, and are thankful that the rain stops after they make the 4 mile descent from Rousillon to the valley floor. The route ...
... 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!
... Nicolas returned and informed me that we were going climbing in the trees if I wanted to come. I wasn’t entirely sure what that meant but I decided to tag along.
Climbing in the trees apparently meant exactly that. We went to a place that had an obstacle course in the trees as well as lots of zip-lining. It reminded me of rock climbing, parcours and zip-lining all in one and was a lot of fun. There was one course that ...
Day 8 2nd full day in Aix
We had two things on our agenda today. The first was to visit the candy factory where they make an almond candy (called calissons) for which Aix is famous. The base of the candy is an almond paste, and then it is topped with a hard sugar crust – either white or chocolate. The factory was easy to find; it was right across ...