Travel Blogs from Aix-en-Provence
... br> A really good idea, but only if it is absolutely essential is to change the barcodes on the item for cheaper. It's very mischievous, however when you are desperate you do crazy things. We couldn't afford to eat out and buy expensive luxuries, instead we had to buy the cheapest food and go without - did this bother us? No as we were having the most amazing time! I left my camera charge in reception, whilst Ben and I figured what to do/ where to go in the day? ...
... and could tell locals were thinking 'there go a bunch of silly tourists' but with so little English spoken, only a map as guidance and even the information centre with was new and state of the art, they had no brochures in English, we had little choice. On the rounds we covered the beautiful fountains that the city is famous for, from 15th century relics that are today covered in ivy to the more recent additions that ...
We started the day with a delightful French continental breakfast
After breakfast we commenced our last walk to Rustrel where would be picked up and returned to our accommodation. My pedometer failed me today, so was not able to indicate how many steps we did, but it was about 12kms.
After a poor manīs breakfast we embarked on the next walk.
We checked out from the Alberge des Seguins and commenced our walk onto Saignon.
Today I walked 8270 steps, about 6-7 kms, not as long as the last few days
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After visiting The Fort of Buoux, we descended another two kilometers down the track to eventually arrive a Auberge Des Seguins and feeling hungry we ordered a cheese platter and meat platter and Rouge Vin.