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- Tennis Court
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Heated pool
- Free parking
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... We even had a photo for the local paper!
After walking the students back to the lycee, we were shouted a wonderful three course lunch by Madeleine at 'The Old Fig', a restaurant under (yes you guessed it) a huge fig tree. After a restful afternoon, an alfresco dinner and some French TV, we are ready to face Monaco tomorrow.
No pictures today. The camera begged for a rest...
... series of hairpins we emerge on a high plateau which is covered in fields of cultivated lavender. I had no idea that the world needs quite so much lavender but it is obviously big business round here.
Then we hit the mountains and gorges again. We. Are getting close to the famous Canyon de Verdon (Verdon Gorge), a major tourist attraction in France.
Campsites abound and we check in at the delightful Camping ...
... high the water was a beautiful colour and you could see for miles.
Then off to our next destination- the old hilltop town of Moustiers Saint Marie. This small town is nestled into a hillside and has a star suspended above the cliffs. Allegedly this was placed there in the 1200s by a knight that promised to put up a star if he survived the Crusades. It has been renewed a few times since then and the latest star has only been in place for about ...
... slippery and Jess and I were walking behind helping the twins negotiate the obstacles. It was cold but we all got used to it pretty quickly and there was no one else in the world at this point in time. We walked upstream for about 45 minutes before we got to a point that we thought we should turn around at, a nice little section of rapids so before we returned I sat down in the water and got all the girls to sit with me for a photo. It ...
... town. We went this way and that way, to dead ends and back, u-turned and u-turned back, all while being super sweaty, exhausted and fighting the grumpies from winning. At one point a small helicopter flew over us so low, I wanted to pretend we were in dire need of assistance and wave like crazy, but we weren’t; we were simply lost AGAIN; in the middle of nowhere enclosed by green peaks and orange dirt and purple lavender fields. We had raised this point at our ...