La Bastide d'Eygalieres
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... isn’t any "old" growth. The path is clear and we come out upon a marvelous view to the south. It’s hazy but still beautiful. Getting out in nature is important to me. It renews me after so many hill towns, chateaux, and historical markers. After a couple of hours we head home refreshed, drop into the patisserie for dessert for dinner and buy a top up voucher for my phone. The patisserie lady helps us get the phone topped ...
... if it gets stolen it's just too bad" We set off on foot hoping it is in the right direction of the apartment.
No... once again no idea where we are going at all and Mrs TomTom is sitting smugly under the driver's seat possibly thinking to herself "Those idiots don't have a clue". After walking for what seemed like hours, we are well past our check in time.
We finally arrive at the town square which is surrounded by cafes ...
It didn't take long for us to move on from "being Italian" to the equivalent of being French! It’s not quite the same, but over the past 4 weeks or so in France, we have picked up a few French habits! My favourite French tradition has to be the baguette. Australia really does not know good bread! Bakers Delight could learn a thing or two from the boulangers in France. A loaf of bread from Bakers Delight at home might last up to a week before it starts going really stale or ...
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 ...