Hotel Le Mouillage
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... suspended pool and although a feat of engineering it didn't quite work as the pool itself looked quite dirty.
We went to the harbour for a meal and found a lovely restaurant, Le Grande, we both had Parma Ham and Melon salad and local Rose wine, the palest in colour I have ever seen. It had been a short but tiring drive so we headed ...
... several times and by the age of 37 tragically succeeded. He had shot himself and died 2 days later from the wounds. What a sad waste. Whilst his auto-portraits appear to depict a tortured soul, the paintings he left for the world to enjoy are so abundant, bright and cheerful.
Whilst camping at Arles we decided to have a coffee at Van Gogh’s famous painting of Terrasse de Cafe le soir. We are now of the opinion that Van Gogh had a vivid imagination ...
... a deal on these original designs made in France(boy, I HOPE they are made in France!). Anyway we love our new purchases and are quite happy.
We returned o Insignia, and decided to take tea, as we did not have a proper lunch - and dinner was early tonight. Tea was quite civilized - as it should be! We finished there, and had to get ready for "cocktails" on our veranda.
We opened the partition between Pete & ...
... This is the beginning of our year off... hard to realize this as I am very tired and I do not seem to get over the jetlag that easily. I get up at 9am with difficulty... when all year long we were up at 5:30am!! Hum, let’s hope that I will “shed one layer” and be “lighter” soon.
The past week has been dominated by our quest for knowledge; at times it seems much harder than work because we're basically learning french at the elementary school level. We have, however, found the time to do some activities, both on our own and with our classmates. Last Wednesday, we finally got to play a little petanque (the Provence version of boules/bocce) with approximately 30 others from the ...