Hotel Restaurant des Deux Rocs
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... that was flooded to make a lake to supply water to the rest of Provence. It is full of bars and cafés! Very French. Anyway, we went to get a baguette for brekkie and what do you know! It's market day! Bought saucisson, cheese, onion, balsamic vinaigrette, olives, more cheese, melon, straberries, farm yoghurt, pate, wine, an impressive hat and fresh herbes de province. We are ...
... succulent dinner surprise. I guess that means that after the normal "afternoon siesta", he will be returning for dinner. I was wrong... Jean-Pierre did not join us for dinner. As I now know, Jean-Pierre, was not only suppose to come, but also cook his Duck a la Orange. I have had his duck a la orange, and Jacques' preparation is a million times better. Out of politeness to Jean-Pierre, Jacques left the duck in the refrigerator ...
We're up at 6 to catch our 9:05 flight to Paris, it's brisk outside this morning and the only people on the streets are the garbage guys and a lone shop keeper. We mostly packed last night, so it's only a matter of grabbing some clothes off the clothes line, taking the trash out, and lugging our bags down the stairs. On the street by 6:45am, this should be a breeze to get to the airport...the walk across town gets us to the local city light rail, and we're at ...
... sign (not the bright orange Home Depot signs that we have been trained to expect for a hardware store), we missed it. After driving round and round, with Pam pointing Dejo in different directions all the time and recalculating, we opted to just look for a flippin’ supermarket instead, and at least get something to make for dinner. We spotted the Bricomarche (hardware store) and quickly turned in. Though they had 2 levels, and lots of stuff packed in there, ...
... excellent views. Our adventure into the mountains continued as we saw spectacular views, tiny villages, very old olive trees and roads that would turn anyone's knuckles white. Along the A8 we returned to Haut de Cagnes for dinner at Le Jimmys and even a birthday cake of apple crumble (French style). Tuesday saw again another day of long adventures. Along the A8 into Provence we visited Aix en Provence. A city that was home to Cezanne and features many beautiful buildings and ...