Hotel du Moulin d'Aure
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... we can call ahead for our next stop. Thank heavens people are so willing to be helpful. I’d be lost otherwise.
Friday is our last day and Allen wants to see Gordes and L’isle sur la Sorgue. Gordes is first. A medieval town who’s heyday was in the 19th century. At that time they had 100 shoemakers, mulberry for silk, olives, and dyes they exported. But they had an earthquake that diminished the ...
... almost as difficult as the ascent and we stop halfway down at a cafe overlooking the valley.
We enjoyed a delicious lunch, a very savoury crepe similar to a pizza but wafer thin base it is superb. We wash it down with 2 glasses of rose which i am sure helped me finish the decent back down to the village.
From there we walked back through the market as it was being packed away hoping to find the beautiful beret and scarf i had seen as ...
... I had booked a tour of Secrets of the Palais des Papes. I grabbed some lunch of ham and cheese crepes, dropped my bag at the hotel and whizzed around the corner to the Palais. There were five of us on the tour with an English speaking guide – two Americans and three Aussies. It was a fabulous tour. The guide knew her stuff and spoke excellent colloquial English. She was able to tell us the history of why the popes ended up in ...
... gruesome or shocking. We saw two different toreros in 3 rounds each – one of the toreros was on a horse, whilst the other was just himself and the bull. I actually preferred the torero on the horse – watching the way he controlled the horse and the horse literally dancing different steps around the bull was really something else. The torero on his own was also a sight to see, and man you would need some balls to do what they do! Some of the best toreros ...
... to it and the upside of being a little touristy is that everyone speaks great English which makes things pretty easy.
During the week we had a trip to Les Baux (no no NOT Lesbo, that is in Greece you filthy minded people) which is home to a 10th century fortified castle complete with still firing slingshot style weapons, perched up on very high rocks at the bottom of the Alpilles which I assume to mean mini alps. The boys had a ...