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... Lourmarin. We pass the village of Rousillon. We have read that this is famous for its red ochre deposits. These are certainly very evident from the road. The petrol gauge has dropped very quickly. Maybe it hasn't dropped quickly at all. It might just be that I haven't been paying attention. I think that I can see it falling as we drive. I tell Issy to use the GPS to find the way to the nearest petrol station. The GPS appears to not know anything about where ...
We started with a lively tour of this area and then a wine tasting -who knew! Beautiful area but who knew things could grow in those rocks!
in the afternoon, we sailed to Avignon. Old town, dating back to the 14th century. We walked on the Pont du Avignon. In the evening we were treated to dinner in the "Grand Tinel" Papal banquet room with live classical music at the Pope's palace.
... showered and went out for a celebratory dinner at Restaurant Saint Hurbert.
Then we went home exhausted and full.
Letter From Mr Simon:
Dear Art and Olli,
I hear you two boys climbed one of the most famous mountains in the world of cycling and dragged your dad up behind you and I just wanted to say well done!
Whilst your dad probably tried to trick you and say it will be easy ...
It's been a couple of days since I could get the computer, the time, and the energy together at once to make an entry of my own to this blog. Fortunately Tim has soldiered on regularly so our followers will know we have not all fallen over a cliff.
It is difficult to describe the bucolic charm contrasted with the breathtaking majesty of the agricultural regions ringed by huge mountains through which we are travelling. It seems that in any direction ...
... she was very brave, what with the language barrier – but it all worked out in the end. After a siesta at lunchtime, we set off to find Fontaine de Vaucluse without the GPS – a bit naively as it turns out. I got my Fontaines confused and we ended up in Burdon de Fontaine which was a nice enough place (apparently with 40 fountains – although we probably only saw 10 or so) but not quite where we were heading. Quite possibly this is the town ...