Le Couvent des Minimes
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Wandered around the village after breakfast - no other tourists but a few locals out shopping at the small market stalls
First stop today the UNESCO World Heritage listed Pont-du-Gard
Our guide Jeremy took us on a private tour which meant we could access areas not open to the general public - we climbed up to the top of the …
After exploring places outside France for break, this weekend was a good time to spend with my French mom exploring the French countryside. We went to Ansouis, Cucuron, Lourmarin, and Lauris, which are all in the region of Lubéron, and are all very old and tiny villages that have been inspiration for many provençal authors. All of these villages have very old churches and castles as well as some of the most beautiful countrysides I have ever seen. They ...
... bought me an 8 mixed set for water colours, so I am now set, at least as far as the colours go, the paintings who knows. There was a market today selling a very wide range goods, from Lavender, every kind of fruit preserves, fresh fruit, clothing and art work, it was great fun and we stocked up, we also bought some Calissons a type of nougart with citrus & almond centres, we bought a weeks worth. ( 7 in the pack and cut them ...
I can only describe the downpour as one matching Biblical proportions. The thunder, rain and lightning (Nicky kept shouting "Gavin, it's forking Lightning, it's forking lightning" to which I shouted back "I know, I can see - and stop swearing so loud!!!"... She gets so excitable sometimes :-). But seriously, we had a few inches of rain from the torrential storms overnight. It was a nightmare. Our B&B had some mild flooding in the main house, but we were fine. Phew! ...
... corners and for a change they were even relatively wide! Up and down we went for a fair while before descending into a beautful valley, and seeing a perfect little church up on a point of rock - straight out of a painting! And then we turned a corner and found ourselves in another beautiful little town - Castellane - this one was almost in the middle of nowhere, but so busy! If we didn't have a definite destination, we would definitely have been staying there, oh and there ...