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... had her heart set on a place, on the beach, where she could lie on the sand, then loll in the pool, champagne in hand, then after a massage and a sauna, wander down and choose from 20 restaurants for dinner...... Let me tell you schweetheart....this ain't it...... But, through gritted-teeth, we got the bikes off and cycled the couple of kms into the heart of things, and soon were really enjoying it all... Just before I began to type this I asked Treas where we were..... " ...
Once we got back and showered, the four of us (including Charlotte, their daughter) took a little stroll through town. Full of sail boats, great little restaurants flanking the seas edges, people people watching... They live in a fantasy world.. minutes away from Cassis, another fantasy world.
Come visit France.. its gorgeous.
... Joelle, our landlady, who is very nice, and speaks French that we understand. We then took a 2 hr walk through the vineyards on a small country road. Every few minutes something neat happens, from a group of cyclists riding by, to a stand of ripe figs to snack on. Tomorrow we will move to the famous city of Avignon, for one night. Avignon sits astride the Rhone River. It is about an hour 25 min drive from here. If anyone remembers the song from school, Sur la Pont D'Avignon, that ...
... We squeezed breakfast in between the above loads and the cleaning of the apartment. Bryan came and extracted the children for 1/2 hour. I think the flat looks cleaner now than when we came. Then we waited. The older generation was supposed to lock up their flat, collect us and then we would buy sandwiches and have them on the beach. But they were late! Then we had to wait at the patisserie as Marcus' pizza and the two elders quiche had to be heated up. Before that was ...
... we only bought €3 worth) and fine lavender was going for €250 per litre. It was interesting to see their relative lack of safety equipment while handling the steaming bales of lavender and operating the heavy machinery. Why wear steel-toed boots when you can wear espadrilles and a singlet?! Forget safety goggles, too – the only protective equipment they had was a pair of gloves. We then continued on our way back to camp to enjoy the pool for the rest of the ...
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