Citotel Hotel-Restaurant 'Las Cigalas'
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... swim. Mum and Dad got 49 hits without stopping. Mum and Me did 19 maximum. It is so much fun.
We were starving so so we headed to McDonalds. After McDonalds we headed to the Carrefour and got dinner. Its our last time at Carrefour.
We got home to finish all the washing and do our blogs before an early tea. We leave here tomorrow and noone is looking forward to leaving.
... cafe called Georges Cafe.
In that there was good and bad news. The bad news was that we got lost. ( Twice.) ( Which is only a thing tourists like us do.) Plus the good news was that we found a really cool TinTin shop.
In the shop there were really cool plastic Portraits and statues of him. After we finally found Georges cafe. For a drink we had ...
... from Castellane, it's 45 km west across the Gorges du Verdon (through very skinny, extremely windy roads) to Moustiers-Sainte-Marie, at the northern end of the Lac de Sainte Croix. From Moustiers-Sainte-Marie, the road west climbs up to the Valensole plateau and directly into the lavender fields. The drive through the Gorges du Vernon was even more stunning than yesterday's trip on the Circuit des Gorges du Loup and it is definitely an area I would like to return to. ...
... of the fortifications, a tower and also the church. There was a pamphlet in English in the church and we found that useful in knowing what we were looking at. At the end of our perambulation, we stopped for a beer or two in the town square and watched the world and his wife go by. We stop at a local Cave to check out he wines but again they don't seem to do tastings but I buy a bottle of the local Shiraz which goes down well with ...
... It is not a tourist town, it is where the locals go. The shopkeepers and wait persons do not speak English. In fact, the only language we heard was French -- not the cacophony of languages we normally hear in tourist areas that attract diverse visitors. So, we've had to really focus on our French! We awoke fairly early and were the only guests dining at our patio cafe until two ambulance workers arrived. We made it to the Village in ...