Hotel du Vieux Chateau
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... up, but for Aix there were quite a few and the site supplies other surrounding towns if you don't want to be in Aix. Just thought i'd let ya know in case you're still looking!
Ok, now what some of you have been waiting for...pictures! There are more below!
So the pictures are a bit old, like from two weeks ago, but they are of the pretty scenery from around here! :)
Miss you all!
Hope everyone had a good Thanksgiving/Black Friday, haha.
... right...throaty noise. haha) and she looked at me and said, "I have no idea what you said. What are you trying to say?".....meh.
But it's funny she said i'm a good driver. Those of you who have ridden with me in car, such as Kasia, can vouch for the fact that I am not the greatest driver in the world. But i guess according to French standards I fit right in! we have the need for speed in common.
... to her for all her help in getting me situated and teaching me the way around here, it was sad to see her go. She's off to Turkey now to meet up with some friends, we'll all miss her around here! From seeing her with people here I have some REALLY big shoes to fill. All the families that have little kids that go to Laura's school absolutely love Kayla. She's a very likable person. I just hope I can fill the shoes!!! She's a hard act to follow.
Also, it works kind ...
Also, you will not find a better combination of food than this: Peanut butter and Nutella. Ooh la la, Oh so good! I had to share with you all, I can't stop eating it! (See picture below!) I urge you to try it! It would be a good life decision haha. ......this is the moment I join a ...
... sleepy, empty... with huge barns full of ancient and disused tractors and citroens. Just as in Australia, we saw back yards littered with dead vehicles, previous cars which had come to rest in the orchard, never to move again, now overgrown with greenery and providing a safe haven for the family's chickens.
The road was narrow, empty, bordered by hedges and a colourful assortment of wild flowers; the frequent villages small and agricultural, the very few people we saw being ...