Hotel Sous les Figuiers
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... up on our writing and having lunch on the deck in the sun. Then it’s off to the Cedar Forest just 4 km away situated on the very top of the Petite Luberon. The road up is narrow with drop offs on either side but the views are stunning. At the top we park and take a trail. It’s not well marked, just yellow lines on trees so we aren’t sure if we are on the one we want but it is pretty and going the right way. We ...
Avignon - Saturday
Arrival in Avignon 3 hours later and we wheel our bags through to the Hertz rental at the TGV station to pick up our car, a cute little Fiat 500
The day is surprisingly hot but without the humidity we experience at home in Queensland. It seemed like we stood in line for hours and finally we are finished signing all the documents.
Did Madam and Monsieur wish to hire a navigator for their journey. "non merci" we ...
... when we (well mostly Mikey) cooked up the confit de canard, topped off with obligatory duck fat potatoes, think provencal haricots vertes and a salad with the Carrefour mustard dressing we have become addicted to (thanks Anna and Rick!).
We also had some great meals out including delicious street food like chorizo and other Spanish style tapas, and a fabulous meal at a place Melisa and JB recommended on the corner of our street, sitting alfresco watching ...
... were offering samples, so we did pretty well. The weather had cleared so we did the fifteen minute walk to the two non retail attractions in St Remy. The first was Glannum, the ruins of an ancient roman town, a mini Pompeii. Spent an hour climbing over the ruins then crossed over to St Paul Mausole, the asylum where Vincent VG spent a year and painted furiously. Maybe I should have called this blog, the ...
... At a restaurant in Avignon, we encountered three beer sizes: demi (small), raisionable (medium, reasonable), and formidable (large). That cracked us up.
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