La Bastide d'Eygalieres
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Mountains of biscuits and macarons and several nougat stalls. Stone fruit, raspberries and strawberries. Eggplant, zucchini and zucchini flowers. And a group of young men - perhaps on a bucks' jaunt - dressed in women's dust coats (also on sale at the market) wheeling a friend in a baby pram, here pictured in front of a tapenade stall. A final coffee and people watching at the Bar du Marché ended a perfect ...
... Pape, Gigondas, Seguret - just some of the regions within the Cotes du Rhone Valley, all individually have to go through independent assessment as to whether they can call themselves a worthy wine of the area within the region. An amazingly biased process but then perhaps very French. We eat grapes we each pull from the vines in each vineyard. How often do you get to eat grapes fresh from the vines from some of the best vineyards in the world. We eat a little more from ...
... mused about the possibility of missing our train... Samuel, casually consulted the GPS feature of his smartphone and pronounced that he could get us to the train on time... oh good, said I... and he did get us to the station, helped us to secure our reserved seats and even carried our heaviest bag up the old stairways of the venerable old station. We bid our farewells to the "son" Samuel we have come to love over ...
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 ...