Hotel Saint Christophe
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... recommended us to go. We googled map the place and it's supposedly 1.6km away from our apartment, which is pretty reasonable walk. However, we were lost and couldn't find the place, which is not the first time, so it's not surprising haha, but I was really hungry then, Cus we didn't eat dinner the yesterday and breakfast today. So by lunch, I was really hungry already. After a really long walk, we found the address of the place, but the restaurant was nowhere to be found!! So ...
... was completely empty. We thought this strange being a Saturday but parked up and set off to now try and find the footpath to start our walk for a view of the gorge. When we found the smallest sign in all of history (and partly hidden behind a bush) there was a red warning sign stuck to it but guess what it was in French, so...we carried on.
The path seemed very unused and there were fallen trees and large boulders ...
... very comfortable but it was a great location to get to Cannes and Juan des Pins. Had I known about the construction pit under our window, I would have NEVER had booked. But like I said, it was paid for, the location was excellent and the parking very secure. All part of the adventure. Sorry no pictures of the apartment, just couldn't bring myself to take ...
... buffalo mozzarella ...champagne....fruit salad...champagne...cake....glass of water. In between courses we all had a swim.
Lovely house, lots of great company, fab food and drink
Arrived home about 7pm, Rick and Beth arrived just before us. We decided that we should go out and have some food. Tonight we had some pretty good live music to accompany our light ...
Today was a feast. For Jean (that's what we need to call him in France), it was a feast for the stomach. For me, it was a feast for the eyes! We spent the very loooong day (9:00 AM to 6:30 PM) touring the hill towns of the Luberon. For me, I expected it to be the highlight of our stay in Provence (along with tomorrow's tour to Cassis), and I wasn't disappointed. We saw some amazing scenery along the way, and two of the towns were absolutely beautiful.