Le Couvent des Minimes
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... and relax. So on to Avignon. The place we are staying has a five star restaurant so looking forward to trying this out. It is interesting as far as trying to understand what is on the menu - thus has been one of the most difficult thing we have encountered. All menus are embellished so bifteck which means steak has about five different descriptions. Oh we'll it does make us ask questions inFrench which sparks a conversation and sometimes very enjoyable with laughs at the end.... A demain, ...
... s high . Set to dramatic music It was remarkable! We have posted some pictures trying to capture the event not sure they do it justice . After a coffee ,( yet another bad one )we walked to the to top of the hill to the chateau . It held my attention for a short while but I lost interest ,meanwhile Garry enjoyed the audio commentary and did a thorough tour ...
... that differed from yesterday. Next was Gordes ,a hill perched village with stone houses ,a castle and a 12th century abbey. We then drove to Roussillon ,a village famous for its ochre quarry , we stopped here for a beer and a soft drink as it's was bloody hot . My new shoes I bought from Apt were a success with preventative band aids in place my feet survived the day. Garry's confidence in driving increased and I just held on tighter ...
Off we go to the. Regional market atForcalquier via Mallemaison, Les Mees, La Brillane La Durance river ....we are backtracking part of the route we took last Saturday and eventually arrived in Forcalquier and the market. There was everything from textiles to clothes and shoes and purses to all sorts of fresh produce, spices, nuts and olives, lavender soap and products, plus sausage, cheese, pottery, etc. then ...
... on the land and did a bus tour. The tour covered quite a bit of the city and they learned a lot of the history. There were two large events which decreased the population. The plague killed off about 50 percent of the population. Then, there was a ship in port that had riches and disease. They tried to quarantine the ship, but the riches were too much to resist and they lost a large part of the population ...