Le Couvent des Minimes
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... huge cedars but most of it looks as if it’s been logged. Sure enough we get back to the main road in just 30 minutes – it was a logging road. We haven’t had near enough so we take the botanical trail rated easy but 4 km long. It’s pretty, has signage – in French of course but we are able to get the gist. The area is managed both for the very old cedars and for harvesting. Man has been here a long time so ...
... England but the weather here is hard to beat. It has cooled off a little but on a sunny day even mid 60’s feels great.
We have spent some time booking Portugal. It’s less than 2 weeks until we fly to Lisbon. I read a couple of books recommended by Susan Montgomery by Martin Walker about a small town in the Dordogne (Bruno, Chief of Police Series) which were delightful and so I decided to try ...
... castle and many of the buildings are built right into the rock and it is hard to tell where the rock ends and the buildings begin. The Lords of Baux traced their lineage all the was back to Balthazar, one of the 3 wise men! We spend a couple of hours wandering around, listening to the audio guide and admiring the views. The valley below is a lovely checkerboard of olive groves, vineyards and even a golf course. ...
... collection in a private mansion before fixing everything up with Avis and getting the tyre replaced. Again not without minor dramas as the tyre places we went to didn't stock the right tyre and we had to track down an Opel car dealer. Finally got there and success.....they had the right tyre. But they had no technicians to fit the tyre. They had all gone home. Could we come back tomorrow sil vous plais. We didn't think so as we had ...
... the most private of campsites, had clean facilities, was very cheap and was only a few hundred meters from town. We got the van packed up and ready to go and then walked into town to survey the market. We were specifically on the lookout for some tablecloths and some fresh fruit.
We were back in the Vaucluse department and had a great view of Mt-Ventoux once again, also known as the giant of Provence. It was only a ten kilometer drive from Montbrun to the ...