Hostellerie le Roy Soleil
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... t take long to look around and we head of in the tiny car to Aix en Provence were we enjoyed another lovely lunch. I managed to trip over in the front door of the cafe and fell flat on my face. I am scarlet with humiliation and the staff all rush to assist me. We are seated next to a couple from Devon England and they are enchanting dinner companions who tell us about some of the wonderful places they have visited and i add their suggestions to my list ...
Hikes today total 10.6 miles, however we visit a craft town so it may be a day to miss my first hike somewhere along the line? Hike 3.7 miles Le'Pont Saint Julian, 3.6 miles on Lumber on Valley, 2.3 miles Forces, ending 1 mile thru the Lumber on Valley & climb up to Forces. ...
... in dry stone constructions. Archaeologists and ethnologists have hypothesized that stand-alone bories were used for temporary shelters, lofts or stores for agricultural tools. When there are multiple huts huddled together however, they seem to form groups of farms, hamlets and even villages. The dwellings are rustic and may include a bench that doubled as beds, alcoves, cupboards and chimneys. The bories that housed livestock were also ...
... days to the 21st century is over. Claude was a charming and humorous speaker! We'll see him again on Sunday. We headed off in 2 groups for a walking tour of Aix. My group had slight mishap with one of out guests taking a tumble while crossing the road. A couple of small lacerations on his brow and a sprained wrist but relatively ok with a rest today - the black eye will likely need explaining upon returning home. We enjoyed lunch ...
... the holy grail of Provence.
I recognised immediately the gate and the name stone, the gravel driveway, the plane trees with their fluttering leaves glowing in sepia, the rippling shadows on the shutters. This is Chateau de La Canorgue. A small family vineyard with an excellent reputation for producing first class wine, such as the intense Côtes-du-Lubéron rouge 2006. It was also the site of 'Chateau Siroque' in the seminal film ...