Hotel Les Calanques
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... of the best bakeries (patisserie) we have come across. Everything is made on site and they bake several times a day, very common to go grab a baguette and it is still hot... Yum. They also make best croissants, the donuts are amazing and very cheap. We feed all for breakfast and get change from 5€. Tomorrow we head to Nimes to look at some more old stuff before beginning our journey back towards ...
... 100 gardens in France - to be honest they looked a little 'tired' when we saw them but again perhaps the copious rain that has been had in the area has curtailed the opportunity to maintain them. From the top of the walls we were able to see one of the many reservoirs which control the flow of the river Rhone, and even from some distance we could clearly see the turbulent waters at its base. Tomorrow we are heading to Le Castellet, a small town we visited some ...
... etc all selling variations of the same thing. The best things are things I have no need for - beautiful tablecloths and runners, alpaca jumpers, scarves (I could sell them some!), fridge magnets, key rings, dolls, carvings....
On Monday night I mention to Annie that I have spotted a restaurant that helps kids. She smiles and agrees we will dine there. Take the camera she says with a grin. Well it turns out to be like a giant playroom! ...
We had a lovely lunch at the Nid d'Aigle which is the highest restaurant in town. The best part (for us) was that they provided Nicolas with his own highchair and a plaything to go with it. He sat quietly for our entire lunch (unheard of!) and I actually got to eat my whole meal without having to get up once to tend to him. What luxury!
After Eze, we carried on to Menton which is the last town in France before ...
... Juliet used her iPhone maps to see if they had any Indian restaurants (as I was beginning to suffer withdrawal symptoms, medically known as lakakurri). Sure enough, there were a number to choose from, so we set about finding their whereabouts and assessing their potential. We picked on one that looked as if it should meet our criteria.
After that, we explored the shops and stopped occassionally for refreshment. In one bar, we could even ...