Le Chateau des Alpilles
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Fricassee Of chicken & figs with camargue red rice pilaf
Camargue red rice pilaf
2 tablespoons olive oil
1 red onion, finely chopped
2 sticks celery, finely chopped
2 cloves garlic, chopped
1 cup Camargue red rice (available from good supermarkets)
1 teaspoon salt
1@3/4 cups chicken stock or water
70g slivered almonds, toasted
1/2 cup flat-leafed parsley, coarsely chopped
In a medium saucepan ...
... and drove off. Ches said she could see the driver of the other car out of his car and walking back down the road. I didn't bother to stop again. He caused the "prang" he can deal with it.
After such an idyllic couple of hours walking around the track past the ocher hills of Roussillon, it made me anxious when passing every other car on the way home. We ...
... arch sign at the driveway. Beggars cant be choosers and we were thirsty. We had mango frappe (basically a small mango thick shake) and it came with the universal "brain freeze"
A number of the older residents seem to use it as a meeting place to pass the time. Airconditioned and clean.
... are on complete leave from their jobs until Christmas and they had scored a great price for a 4 bed house with pool and and were loving the area so much they have extended the rental until the end of November! In the last week we had a change in weather for 2 days that brought very strong winds to the area. There was an art installment in a huge underground old quarry housing a light show called Carrières de Lumières. I'd saved it for a rainy day ...
... is surrounded by a huge wall. We're talking a town that is a couple miles across, with a wall all around, and you can only enter at certain places in the wall. There is a river also that goes around half of it and acted as a mote.
As engineers, we also had to visit Pont du Gard, which is a huge bridge across a river, built by the Romans as part of a huge aqueduct to carry water to Nimes. It is very impressive to think they built this ...