Hotel Lou Paradou
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... lunches. Picnics are an institution in France (England too) and we see people all the time with their folding tables, chairs, and coolers picnicking by the side of the road. Often the groups are very large and the picnic looks well planned with wine, wine glasses, covered dishes and silverware. No paper plates and plastic cups. Often there is a lovely wicker picnic basket to carry everything.
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... Lots of gated drives, security systems and fences. Guns are illegal so there aren’t many violent crimes. The French are dangerous drivers. They drive very fast, pass on blind corners, tailgate and nearly run you off the narrow roads. There’s lots of bicyclists from families and a group of 7 year olds we saw climbing a pretty steep hill today to guys who seem to be training for the Tour de France. ...
It didn't take long for us to move on from "being Italian" to the equivalent of being French! It’s not quite the same, but over the past 4 weeks or so in France, we have picked up a few French habits! My favourite French tradition has to be the baguette. Australia really does not know good bread! Bakers Delight could learn a thing or two from the boulangers in France. A loaf of bread from Bakers Delight at home might last up to a week before it starts going really stale or ...
... canyons there are rivers running through with water that is crystal clear and the view is breathtaking from the top of the hills. The group and I rented six canoes and set off on an interesting adventure because many had never canoed before including all of the children so I was the veteran. Everyone assumed that I was a pro from everything they had seen about Canada so luckily I have my fair share of experience. I started out in a boat with two children and ...
... Lavendin is a cross of the two since it was produced by a cross-pollination in the 30’s when the aspic and fine lavender happened to be growing at the same altitude. Lavendin is not fertile, can have either a central stock or a stalk with two side stalks, has a flower head with 7-12 clusters and has a milder smell of camphor. We got to smell the essential oils and they were quite different from each other. He then continued on to discuss the different uses of oils, ...