Le Spinaker Hotel Lodge & Spa
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... He is a reindeer and he moves when we don't know.
We bought a little Christmas tree and put it up.
The next day we went to a big Chateau
My sister rode a pony.
My brother split his leg open again at the playground.
It was bleeding like it did the first time.
The next day we went to a limestone cave with lights and artwork of a famous ...
... next day we went to a place called Arles where we just walked around again and went to a old windmill.
We went back home and I fell down the stairs and re opened the cut. It hurt too by the way. It
was poring out blood.
We stopped at a very old chateau. And my sister rode her first pony.
Then we found a play ground and I was playing on it, then ...
... Les Baux.
This place is amazing!
Artwork is projected onto immense, limestone walls and the floor, with music.
We spent over an hour walking around admiring the changing art in this extraordinary place.
On our last day we drove to Avignon. It was cold, probably our first experience of real cold, real real cold. It was about 2degrees, hopefully we will acclimatize soon.
It had christmas markets ...
Our home for this week was a bit of pot luck really, but we somehow landed on our feet again. I had no real idea about Provence when booking and there are hundreds of cute towns and villages with amazing food and arts etc, and for some reason I picked St Remy.
As we approached we drove through some beautiful villages including Arles with is old roman sites and coliseum and found our way to St Remy and a stunning house just about ...
... agent right next door to the restaurant and I checked out the prices in the window. There were actually a few places I could afford but they all seemed to be "extra muros" - outside the walls.
The meal arrived while I was considering moving to Avignon on a semi-permanent basis. The leg of guinea fowl rested on an olive and yoghurt purée - the yoghurt really cut back the saltiness of the olives but still maintained an overall kick that really lifted the meat. This ...