Hostellerie de la Fuste
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... until the have only 4 miles remaining and the skies open up and the deluge, lightning and strong winds begin in earnest!! They return to the house soaked to the bone, a little chilled, but safe and we are all thankful to be together again, and sit down for a wonderful buffet dinner.
Tomorrow is an early wake up call, as our first winery visit (a 60 minute drive away) is at 9am! It should be a very fun ...
A bit of a rest from driving today - we enjoyed the neighbourhood of Verdon first by taking an electric boat out. It was peaceful but a bit windy. So sailing would have been better!
We drove into a nearby village for lunch, then onto Riez, another village 15 min drive away, where the famous lavender ...
We left the coast of Cote d'Azur behind for the mountains on Haute Provence today, driving via Grasse first, and visited the Perfume museum of Fragonard, learning the production process of perfumes. It's worth a visit if you haven't been before - and the guided tour is free.
We continued driving along ...
... to climb through tubes (in the air) then swing on a rope like tarzan from a platform right into a net where you had to watch it and climb up to the next platform. On the new platform there was a snowboard suspended in the air so you had to quickly jump on it because it would start to glide to the next platform. I would like to mention that you are doing this all at 30feet in the air with nothing under you. I never do things like this but ...
... from our hotel. No chance of getting lost on this expedition. Fortunately, we were able to taste the calissons before buying. What did we think of them? They were flavorless to our uninitiated palettes. We opted, instead for a few chocolate covered whole almonds, which were tres bien.
Next stop, the Pavillion Vendome. Built in 1652, it was the estate and grounds of ...