La Bastide d'Eygalieres
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... gently simmer covered for 30 minutes. Serve in wide bowls with some of the sauce and the pilaf alongside.
Camargue Red Rice Salad with Feta Cheese
This is a lovely salad for outdoor eating on a warm, sunny summer's day. Serves 4 This recipe is taken from How to Cook Book One and Delia's Vegetarian Collection
Ingredients 10 fl oz (275 ml) Camargue red rice 7 oz (200 g) Feta cheese 2 shallots, peeled and finely chopped 2 oz (50 g) ...
... to abandon a drive down the infamous Lourmarin road to see the Roman sunburst bridge. We have passed it twelve times in the last fortnight and this time we were going to photograph it. I'll pinch someone else's photo.
We spent the afternoon packing for an early start tomorrow morning. We plan on being fully packed by 6.00 pm so that we can go out for dinner tonight.
By 1.30 we were ready for lunch so we took up a bench seat in the park with all the locals and enjoyed the sun while eating filled baguettes we had brought from home. We followed this up with a long walk through town to see the Triumphal Arch. This one is a ripper. A large central arch ...
After a sleep in, a trip to the Luberon region this morning. First stop the Abbye de Sananque, near Gordes. Its a working Cistercian Monastery, so a lot of questions from the kids re what they do and why? Best answer I could give was ' they pick lavender and pray a lot', but again with the 'why?'. I gave up.
Next, after purchasing several bars of ridiculously priced monkish lavender soap, we headed ...
... excavations. The most impressive thing, I thought, was the wastewater channels that came from each house into a communal sewer, which was in turn washed out several times a year by the overflow from the town cistern during high rainfall. Incredible town planning.
Next was the St. Paul Asylum where van Gogh spent some of his last days (he died ...