Hotel Lou Paradou
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... and really forced you to reflect on how human behavior can result in genocide and how it can be prevented and resisted more effectively. We finished our tour at a temporary exhibit that displayed the genocide of Rwanda – heartbreaking and eye opening.
Again, not your typical day in Provence, yet an unforgettable experience.
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“To do nothing is to be complicit.” ...
... huge cedars but most of it looks as if it’s been logged. Sure enough we get back to the main road in just 30 minutes – it was a logging road. We haven’t had near enough so we take the botanical trail rated easy but 4 km long. It’s pretty, has signage – in French of course but we are able to get the gist. The area is managed both for the very old cedars and for harvesting. Man has been here a long time so ...
... your morning café. As one of our Airbnb hosts taught us, the croissant is actually made by a viennoiserie (makers of baked goods from a yeast leavened dough), and originated from Vienna (hence the name viennoiserie). Boulangers specialise in bread, but most also branch out to include viennoiserie and patisserie (specialities in pastries and sweets such as tarte citron), but they are all a specialty and art unto their own. We didn’t share in the daily croissant tradition, but ...
... 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 ...
... stop was a nearby distillery called “Aroma Plantes”. They mainly distilled lavender but also about 25 other plants, mainly herbs like sage, thyme, and sariette. We got a short guided tour of their distillery which was essentially the same as the one on the Valensole plateau that we’d visited. We did learn a few new facts here such as lavender dried for a couple days and then distilled produces a better quality essential oil, ...