Ibis Orange Sud
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... to become marginally competent going downhill. Dave waited for me and Linda at a few spots so that we'd all arrive at Malaucène for lunch more or less together.
We spotted a quiet café and grabbed a table. On the menu were some sandwich and drink combos at good prices, so we each chose one. Recalling the "American" sandwich I had on our first France cycling trip, that's what I selected. It was half a baguette with strips of ...
Well, we've made it! To the land where aurally you cannot distinguish between medal and metal ("Is your medal metal?" must an awkward question), putting and pudding (golf/dessert confusion) and butty and buddy ("Can I have a chip, Buddy?"). Although, to be fair the classic chip butty is a little lost on Americans. I have an American friend who once asked for some cod in a Manchester fish and chip shop and was given a cardboard box. The drawn out 'O' of his ...
... predicted a storm and lightening may be on its way, but luckily that passed within about half an hour. Apart from just the slides, there are also dolphins and fish in the park, with one of the slides going through the dolphin aquarium, and the lazy river passing the dolphins and fish.
We went to a restaurant called Chilli's this evening, and enjoyed some great fajitas and ribs. ...
... along part of the Tour de France route and you could see the markings where last year's tour had travelled.
We stopped in a village to get some lunch: croissants for Paul and brioche and local goat's cheese for me. Delicious.
We were happy to see the temperature climb to double figures as we left the Alpes region crossing to the Provence region. Snow is pretty, but we're really not equipped for this sort of weather.
Orange is quite ...
... up which) who I spent quite a bit of time with. He got me some sweet military discount at some of the parks we went to, so he was a useful guy to know. He also told me one of the funniest stories I’ve ever heard about an antiques shop he went to in San Francisco, but I’m far too lazy to relay the yarn here so ask me in person! There was also Sandro, a Swiss bloke who luckily shared my love for Harry Potter when ...