Le Clos des Pradines
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... wracking because the lighting was dim and as we passed a slit window we were in our own shadow. Tonight I had my special dinner. This included smoked eel which was quite nice, grouse which wasn't and a yummy desert involving quinces which I was told were from the garden. I was the only guest at dinner for most of the time until another woman arrived. With only two of us we received excellent service. Now it's time for bed. It's not raining ...
... Very old, very narrow, and very stone. Then to Avignon to stay right in the centre of this walled-city. Hotel de L'Horloge overlooking the main square - had to park 700 metres away and 'drag' though. Walked the inside for a few hours, found an Irish pub for a pint and then observed how the palais and cathedral looked at night. Beautiful. Warm night; so listened to the sounds of the square through our window and planned our trip out of ...
... I especially enjoyed the ones with ginger! For dessert we had homemade popsicles, essentially made from frozen smoothies and such – so simple and so good!
They are really big into raw local honey here (the people around here really don’t know any other kind of honey); I sampled honey from strawberry trees, wildflowers, and lime blossoms! It was incredible how each had its own distinct flavor.
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... were driving through the Tour de France and I guess we probably were. First port of call was Carcassonne where we had our first French meal of duck, goat cheese and walnut salad. Of course the salads were only half healthy, the French don't like to leave out the fat. Comprising of duck liver, foie gras and three rounds of goat cheese on bread with only a few greens underneath it ensured our daily calorie intake was maintained. In return the French like to take the ...
... of the vehicle after we wiggle into the slot. Scot has to climb over both sets of seats and exit from the back of our bus, in order to get out, and of course, get back in via the same method. Thankfully, there are not dents on the car when we return from our day in Avignon.
Avignon is a very historic city, having been the seat of the Catholic Papacy for about 100 years during parts of the 1300s and 1400s. The Papal palace is enormous, and ...