Hotel-Restaurant Le Grenier a Sel
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Wake up early. Get down to the markets. There are three on Saturday morning.
The Fruits,vegetables,fish,cheeses and bread.
The Flower Market
The old items and new clothes market.
We had breakfast in an outside cafe and just watched for a long time. Then we
participated as we wandered around the market for a few hours. A nice morning.
... on the morning of the race. The atmosphere was amazing, people all camped and waiting, anticipating the day. The Caravan came through about an hour before the riders, and we picked up a few more souvenirs but when the riders came through, **** went ballistic and the continuous shooting mode of the camera got a thorough working over. Dan went for a run to chase after Cadel and a couple of the GreenEdge riders, and got a little wave from another as everyone clapped and ...
... for me which speeds things up a lot. Even so. its a bit disheartening to Come out of one lock and see the red lights or clicker sign that says there is a nother lock in a hundred meters. By the end of today it was " you have got to be f#%£€¥£ kidding me. 7.5 hours of travel, 14 locks, means a whole lot time spent doing locks then motoring slowly. The slowest lock took near half an hour with wait time. The fastest 11 mins. This could take a ...
... Van Gogh, such beautiful work. One can really feel the movement of the objects in his environment. We stopped for a late lunch and were off to explore Marais. There is an endless supply of cafes. Several on every street and they are always busy. We walked to the Rue Cler, a great market street and picked up items to make dinner in. A nice calm evening. Off to take our final view of the Eiffel Tower and then to pack. Can't wait to see our family!
... is gorgeous. Famous for the ochre mining that used to happen there and so the village is orange.... if you know what I mean.
Today we went to Gordes which was also stunning, perched high on a hill and you just wonder how they built those amazing buildings there: I reckon that any NZ plasterer or brickie would find plenty of work here. The market was on and so we bought all kinds of local ...
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