Hotel Les Bories & Spa
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Today our walk was to begin. Today's walk was about 13kms and an elevation of 450metres, walking from Fontaine de Vaucluse to Gordes
We start the day with breakfast and then walked to a deli to buy lunch for our journey.
At 9.30am we were picked up and transferred to the Village de Fontaine Vaucluse where we would begin our walk to …
This morning we headed out and went for a walk through the town and to the Papal palace. We walked around the gardens, up the hill to the park and through the souvenir shop.
The town was still waking up. It is a beautiful old town but still different to the others we have seen. So French.
We walked back through the shops and bought delicious baguettes for brunch.
We walked to the car and drove to the historic town Arle. ...
Sam: Woke up to find Mitch preparing for a run (I had originally said I might go for a walk into Gordes too – but after late dinner yesterday decided I'd relax instead). We headed down for the first of our included breakfasts – appearing in a bread basket was 2 x croissant (excellent); baguette (also excellent) and rye type bread rolls (also excellent), and choice of long list of local honey's and ...
... gras once again, as we looked out upon the beautiful views down the valley. We love these leisurely family lunches, talking about lots of different topics and enjoying great food and time together.
After lunch we drove to the magnificent site of the Abbaye de Senanque, founded in 1854 as an ascetic Cistercian monastery, where the monks read, prayed, sang, worked at manual labor, slept no more than 7 hours each night and ate their ...
... spot along a steep, cobble-stoned street – in his golf cart! At the base of the village, we came across the wash house and what was once the main commercial area, housing over 400 cobblers. The wash house was set into the base of the cliff and the waterway leading to it was covered in a thick, lush moss. Just as we had seen at the castle ruins in Les Baux, we noticed the square holes in the limestone cliff that would have supported at least two more storeys. The ...