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I wake up still feeling brain dead. The GPS induced nightmare of last night is still raw. We both sleep in. We really sleep in. It is 11am by the time our feet hit the floor. We decide that today we will try to do very little. We decide to take a short drive to the village of Gordes which is about 25 km to the north. I'm not sure that this quite fits with Issy's definition of doing very little. I think her definition involves not moving from a lounge next to the ...
It's time to make my way from Nice back up towards Paris and stop number one is Avignon. Avignon is a little town in France and is built with a fortress wall all the way around the town. I stayed at the POP hostel which hands down has the best hostel bed in Europe. Unfortunately I do not have a picture but hopefully my description will do it ...
... and spices, rotisseries of whole chickens and olives. Now, neither Susan nor I actually like olives, but we were fascinated by seemingly dozens of different varieties. How ignorant we had been in thinking that there were just green olives and black olives. And as for the chickens, they were so tempting that one of them became our lunch, with its accompaniment of new potatoes bagged in chicken juices. Now there's a business opportunity for markets back home in ...
... out of the rocks on the banks of the river. This really is a remarkable spring. As they say in the guidebooks, the river is created right out of the rocks, fully formed. Within 100 metres, it is a river. On average per year, 630 million m3 of water comes from this one spring, one of the biggest in the world.
We photographed and filmed. Well, I did.
This village of 600 inhabitants was once called Vaucluse or the closed valley ...
... It was a lovely walk up the hill to the originating point though and we enjoyed refreshments at Restaurante Phillipe on the way back.The other villages are all medieval, hilltop, yet individual.Gordes was very impressive as it is all stone, the walls, buildings, and many of the streets.The views on approach to the town are sensational.
Lacoste was added to the list of places to visit by the boys in the ...
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