Citea Aix en Provence
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... ASIAN FOOD!!! We got lost again and when we finally found the place, which was easier to compared to out lunch place haha, ITS CLOSE FOR RENOVATION URGH!!! So we walked back to the Main Street again and found another Asian food dinner place yay!! The menu seems reasonably priced at €3.80 for a Cantonese fried rice, which I ordered. Novyn bought another Nutella crepe which costs 3.5€ on top of his curry fried rice which costs €4.40. The Nutella crepe which I'm ...
... weren't to be quite as ghost town like!
Gordes village was our next place of interest and was by no means quiet! We pulled into a view point and waited while a bus load of Japanese all took it in turns to have the exact same group shot on each of their cameras whilst sporting the never tiring ‘peace’ pose and then the view was finally clear for us to enjoy.
Gordes is said to be the prettiest ...
... pool and most importantly parking and location. It had all the things listed, including a pool, however, the place felt like a prison, highly institutional, cold and metallic and not so new. We should have left right then and there walked out but we were tired and hungry and ready to stop. Nessie was a trooper, and while it was an efficient place, it ...
... also asked about breakfast the following morning: said yes to that too.
When we got there, there were only a few people there. The menu was rather complex. You could do the hot buffet, the starter buffet, the dessert buffet or any combination. Plus there were other options as well. The servers (and the receptionist earlier) insisted on English, also odd, but whatever.
Our server was very nice and ...
... more about the difference between the French and the Spanish. This is just my little bit of experience, but I would say the Spaniards talk more, are warmer, quirkier, and have a great sense of design. The French have smooth, silky-sounding words and a dryer sense of humor. They stroll instead of walking fast, dress with more style, and are generally just really, really cool.
This afternoon was the winery tour ...