La Bastide St Georges
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... That's why we decided to take a train to Orleans, about 130 km under Paris. We didn't know exactly what to do so we asked two girls we saw walking were they would sleep. The woman, Melanie, who was waiting for those girls offerd her garden so we could set up our tent. The day after Melanie woke us up with bread, goatcheese and basil fresh from her garden. After this amazing breakfast ...
Today we decided; to hell with beautiful Provence and all that prettiness outside our little Hamlet, we think our cool terrace which catches the breeze and pool are what we are all about. And so that's what we did.
By 6:30pm though we decided we better go out and have a little look around as we had come all the way across the world and all that.
We headed for Roussillon famous for it's Ochre cliffs and wasn't that some ...
... of the revolution - one by Renoir.
Feeling the need to get moving, we scooted down south. We revisited Sisteron and were able to show John and MIreille around! We visited one cute town from our Beautiful villages of Provence book before settling into this 2 star hotel. Dinner and drinks in the old town were well received after some very slow ...
... we arrived at L'Oliveir (translated to the olive caretaker). In this tiny kitchen the daily menu was prepared with the available local, organic ingredients purchased that day. The talented staff provided an exceptional array of flavors, colors and artistic feast. Coffee and plates of petite desserts before we entered the museum to see the amazing history of olive oil.
We returned with Samuel and Jan, but not before visiting the Citadelles ...
... to make the balloon rise. While he filled the balloon, we stood back and watched the two inflate into a balloon shape. He checked the lines inside the balloon and it was neat to see him walking around inside it as it filled with cold air. They then heated the air with bursts of flame from a gas burner which in turn made the balloon rise. It was then time for us to climb over the side of the basket to help hold the balloon down. The basket was also tied to the ...