Domaine de Cabasse
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... isn’t any "old" growth. The path is clear and we come out upon a marvelous view to the south. It’s hazy but still beautiful. Getting out in nature is important to me. It renews me after so many hill towns, chateaux, and historical markers. After a couple of hours we head home refreshed, drop into the patisserie for dessert for dinner and buy a top up voucher for my phone. The patisserie lady helps us get the phone topped ...
... we move on to Menerbes.
This little town is where the author of "A Year in Provence" lived while writing the book. It was definitely my favorite. While medieval it is alive with people, shops, contactors and restaurants. We visited the boulangerie for bread and pastries, a local shop for some cherry jam and had lunch at an outdoor café in the sun. I’m enjoying this slower pace!
Our final ...
... to Les Baux, an old Roman settlement/fortress/gelato shop place. JP said to get lavender flavor, but my travel partners tasted it and passed, so I went for coconut, nice! After walking around a bit, we boarded a bus for this place: http://www.carrieres-lumieres.com/. ABSOLUTELY FABULOUS, really you can't ...
... arm. It becomes a daily ritual for us both. A gentle pinch to see if we are not really dreaming.
Oh the bliss we have a bathtub and i make the most of it to soak the ache out of my poor abused feet and legs. The bed is extremely comfortable and we both sleep well and wake to a glorious morning not as hot as the previous day. Walking through the waking old city is breathtaking .
We make the most of Patrimony weekend ...
Seguret was another "plus beau village" but clearly not as popular as some of the others we've visited so far in the Provence region. We wandered into town, up a narrow and steep cobblestone street and passing through one of the gates into the once-walled city. A few minutes later, we were in the main square with a fountain dating back to at least the 17th century. It was a small courtyard but very picturesque with a ...