Chateau le Martinet
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... it was mined a year. Now the area has been returned to a natural state and is listed as a conservation area. There is a 50 minute walking trail through the site. It reminds me very much of the red hills in Southern Utah near Zion but much smaller. It’s full of families. We think it must be fall break based on the number of kids who are not in school! The walk is lovely and we enjoy being in nature.
We then visit the ...
... to find one woman with some garden vegetables for sale! We bought a couple of potatoes and some spinach. Lacoste was the home of the Marquis de Sade and his castle sits atop the hill. A nasty man who accosted local farm girls and servants, he spent 30 years of his life in prison. Now the castle is owned by Pierre Cardin who has restored part of it to live in. After wondering around and wondering where all the ...
... great it is (there was a Klimpt art show when we were there). It sounds a bit dorky or claustrophobic, but it's not at all. So neat to see art put to music on the floor up the walls, etc.
The Captain had the Farewell Dinner tonight, since tomorrow night will be more hectic with last night packing etc.
... if it gets stolen it's just too bad" We set off on foot hoping it is in the right direction of the apartment.
No... once again no idea where we are going at all and Mrs TomTom is sitting smugly under the driver's seat possibly thinking to herself "Those idiots don't have a clue". After walking for what seemed like hours, we are well past our check in time.
We finally arrive at the town square which is surrounded by cafes ...
... of the river and the blue of the sky framed the sandy yellow city There were two halves of the fortress that could be paid for- the popular half had gardens and a monastery overlooking the river, the other half had artworks in it a buildings, and stood slightly higher. We could have paid for both, but opted for the less popular one. There was literally no one about here, and we walked up a hill and explored theany buildings in this half of the fort any were ...