La Bastide St Georges
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... of these relics is a huge wooden sculpture of the Virgin Mary. Several films have also been shot in Cucuron.
Our next stop was Lourmarin. Lourmarin was probably the most lively of the villages we visited. Unfortunately the church was closed and the castle had an entry fee, so we just looked at what we could. The village dates back to the 11th century, but the castle was built in the 12th century and restored in the early 1900s. Celebrated ...
... streets and wonderful shops and restaurants. We hiked a mile or so up the gradual hill to see the where the Sorgue begins. There is a big cave/hole in the side of the mountain where it comes from deep down and gushes out of the hole and thus Voila! A river is born. It was quite a sight. Afterwards, we settled down overlooking the tumbling stream to enjoy some wine and beer. Next stop was Gordes, which is set high up on the ...
... car park. Cordon bleu it was not. But the sun had come out and we were down to T shirts. Not Val obviously. So then, refuelled, we set off for Millau and the famous viaduct. On the way, the sun went in again and we had to stop to refit fleeces - or in Val's case, a scarf. Red Leader also took that opportunity to place his sunglasses on the boot - and, of course, subsequently lose them! We arrived at the viaduct at teatime. The only problem was that ...
... group of friends that they keep close contact through shared activities of raising kids, intectual and social interests.
We met a few of those friends who are, coincidentally working to build a co-housing community in Forcalquier. As such, Gwenn and I were invited to speak to some of the people that are part of the original group. Gwenn made a slide presentation with some of the materials from Higher Ground and we spoke about our ...
... bottle of my favourite moisturiser from L’Occitane en Provence). We then worked up to the town’s Citadelle which gave a stunning view over the town and the whole area. Not a bad spot to eat our lunch made with fresh baguette either. Some more of the historical parts of the town included Les Recollets, a church that was used as a prison to lock up Napoleon III’s supporters, the ...