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... including, meats, cheeses, pasta, pizza and of course dessert! We even got to experience some opera, as they had a couple of singers come out a number of times throughout the meal. The highlight was when they did the Barber of Saville. On the way back to the hotel, we stopped at St. Peter’s Square for a photo op in front of St. Peter’s Basilica at night. It’s an early morning tomorrow, so we didn’t waste any time in getting to ...
... in Le Vigan at 4pm, I was dying for a nice shower/bath, after unpacking most of my stuff. We ended the evening with having a BBQ at our friend Abde and Christine's house where Abde cooked us lamb chops, thick bacon slices and homemade sausages, finished with a green salad, tome valaise cheese uumm from aparently the Valaise region north east of France, by the Swiss border.
... swimming on our doorstep. We had been looking through the information we had acquired over the past days and took an interst in visiting some caves on our way to an Aire stop over in Cannes. The caves were in an area called St Vallier de Thiey and they were described as prehistoric..It sounded amazing. You had to pay to gain access into the caves which we didn't mind but you was pretty much put on a time limit as the whole place was set up with voice recordings and lighting that ...
... of the beautiful soaps.
Next stop La Baux, glad we weren't driving, so steep and narrow as the village is cut out of a cliff, just spectacular. The town is set up for tourists as every shop had souvenir items. Back to the ship for lunch.
Lunch every day is a smorgasboard arrangement in the dining room or you can have sandwiches in the sky ...
... Sports. Full of old boys drinking pastis and coffee whilst ignoring the smoking ban. Excellent pain au chocolat and croissant from boulangerie opposite. Madame serving in baggy jumper absolutely covered in flour. Even the whiskers on her upper lip ( it wasn't just the jumper that was hairy! ) were dusted with flour. Brussels is a long way from parts of France and long may it continue to be so. Then off towards Montpellier. The most extraordinary drive ...