Le Mas de La Cremaillere
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... filled with fresh fruits and vegetables, cured meats, spices, seafood, nougat, and Savon de Marseille (the famous Provencal soaps). We stocked up with medjool dates, grapes, bananas, and nougat for the road before settling on a café for lunch.
Again, since we planned on the rain, we had picked out an indoor place to spend the afternoon – the Camp des Milles. This was just a short drive from the old city ...
... we can call ahead for our next stop. Thank heavens people are so willing to be helpful. I’d be lost otherwise.
Friday is our last day and Allen wants to see Gordes and L’isle sur la Sorgue. Gordes is first. A medieval town who’s heyday was in the 19th century. At that time they had 100 shoemakers, mulberry for silk, olives, and dyes they exported. But they had an earthquake that diminished the ...
... but there is also a younger, university crowd helping set the tone. Just on the edge of the old town is Cours Mirabeau which is a typically French, wide tree lined avenue studded with statues and fountains, cafes and shops along either side, and people everywhere.
The famous painter Paul Cezanne hails from Aix, and they certainly don’t let you forget it! We picked up a map that had a walking path you could follow in his footsteps. This literally took you ...
... swim but because we were in a canyon there are no beaches just cliffs so we climbed up some rocks and sat there. An hour later we continued on our way and saw lots of caves some of which were blocked off so we couldnt explore very much. We also saw lots of people jumping off the cliffs which encouraged some of the adult men to do the same. Sometimes I wish I had to guts to do that kind of thing but I think parcours is the most intense that I will get.
... our short tour, we wandered around their boutique and sampled a number of plant syrups such as a lavender, thyme, sage and sariette. We didn’t really like any of them to buy some so we continued on our way and drove on to our next campsite in Vaison-la-Romaine. We had originally been planning on staying in Malaucène, but it was full. So we drove out to Vaison and found a campsite a few kms out of town with a tiny bit of shade and more importantly, a ...