Le Couvent des Minimes
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
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We drive to Apt for a decent grocery store to pick up a few items for dinners. The route takes us past towering gray limestone cliffs, along narrow cliff hugging roads and over gorges on skinny bridges. Allen is loving it. He’s been wanting to get to the Monts de Vaucluse so we take our time sharing the road with lots of bicyclists.
Thursday I get to choose. We start off slow enjoying the house and ...
... 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 ...
... art exhibition in some sort of quarry. Not wanting to miss anything we take the last parking spot and get tickets not knowing exactly what for but figuring it must be good if so many people are here.
Carrieres de Lumieres turns out to be a high point of our trip! This area was quarried deep into the hillside for limestone to build the Chateau and buildings in Les Baux. It is now a venue for a high tech ...
... cold again and I have got the tracky dacks out of the garage and the girls will need to sleep in their sleeping bags tonight. The restaurant game has been carried on throughout the day, its amazing how they come up with these games and the amount of fun they have basically doing the same thing over and over, even if Jess and I are not overly involved. So that has pretty much been today, not much going on at all. Jess thought that I ...
... 8221; (Adventurers of Taste). The only indication that we were at the correct house was a little blackboard on their mailbox with their name on it. We were greeted by Odile and Jacqueline, the pair of ladies that run the cooking class. We were waiting on a few other people to show up so they offered us some coffee and we sat outside on their terrace with their three cats (lazing in shade). I was admiring Odile's cooking range (six gas burners, a ceramic side plate, and ...