Le Couvent des Minimes
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... car park. Cordon bleu it was not. But the sun had come out and we were down to T shirts. Not Val obviously. So then, refuelled, we set off for Millau and the famous viaduct. On the way, the sun went in again and we had to stop to refit fleeces - or in Val's case, a scarf. Red Leader also took that opportunity to place his sunglasses on the boot - and, of course, subsequently lose them! We arrived at the viaduct at teatime. The only problem was that ...
Today we decided that we wanted a chill day and that we didn't want to travel. Therefore we woke up late. We then went to the pool and sunbathed and read for a couple of hours before going back to the campervan. We played a game of Rummikub and then went to ...
... descent to worry about however we were high enough to get access for my phone so I figured we could always call for a helicopter rescue.. At the top, we were still 20m below the absolute top. Confronted by tangled scrub and faint white arrows and "X's", we couldn't see a way to go on. We resigned ourselves to never actually seeing the fort.
The Winn's had written that they found the summit so spiritual, they often stayed for hours just to soak up ...
... riverside setting at Le Vivier restaurant. Most of us ordered their specialty — pigeon pie with foie gras — which was exceptional. Lunch at nice restaurants is an event to be savored in France, so we learn to allocate two hours to enjoy our wonderful food and setting, which is a fantastic way to relax and soak in the culture.
Our lunch concludes at 3:30, which will put us at our new home for check in at the perfect time. ...
... top of the crest of Luberon. From this point we could see Mount Luberon (Mourre Negre) 1125m. Here we enjoyed our poor man's lunch, butter, fig jam and bread. Oh and we also enjoyed a Pasta Mandela. After lunch we continued to another point where we received 360 Degree views and how breathtaking that was. We continued on a descent passing through some beautiful forests walking along the Aigubrun River and following it until we reached Fort De Buoux. During ...