L'Adrech de Lagas
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... we rode from Moustiers to Castellane. We were returning here having stopped in briefly for coffee on one of our first days out of Nice. This was one of our nicest hotels. The town was quite empty and it is now very obvious that we are at the end of tourist season. Many of the restaurants are closed but we did find a reasonable place to eat.
Day 11 was our last day and we headed back into Nice. Unfortunately my back was acting up again so I passed on the uphill ...
We've arrived in Saint-Paul de Vence and it is unbelievably beautiful. Now we know why everyone we told we were coming here next said, "Saint-Paul de Vence? Oh la la. C'est manifique!" We'll let the pictures do the talking for us as it is late, we'll offer more details on future evenings. Lots of love to everyone, ...
... some straight, & some down the tunnels. Make a wrong turn & gps would spend 10 minutes telling us to do. A u-turn. Yeah, right! We now know the way to do it is use the train! C had wanted to go to the perfumeries in Grasse. Unfortunately, we'd also left washing at a laundry that closed at 7. After getting lost on way to, and again in grasse, we only had time to do a u-turn around a round about and head home. Overall a frustrating day, but the corniche was definitely ...
... Montpellier and got slightly lost in Aix-en-Provence, but eventually found the right road to the Gorges. Once we came off the autoroute we were just amazed at the beauty of the countryside we were driving through. Beautiful Provencal houses, churches & villages, all set off by the cloudless sky, colourful flowers and late evening sunlight.
The drive had taken far longer than we, or Googlemaps, had expected and it was past 8pm by the time we made it to ...
... the rim and command magnificent views, probably prices too. At the eastern end and on the north rim there are some small villages; one in particular creates real traffic jam with its narrow streets just wide enough for one car. Traffic and pedestrians must dodge each other.
At the point where the river flows into the lake there were thousands of people enjoying the water either swimming or in small boats. They had their own traffic jam on the water.