Hotel Le Gordos
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- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Swimming pool
- Heated pool
- Non-smoking rooms
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... mixture into a saucepan and cook over low heat, stirring constantly with a wooden spoon, until thickened. The custard will coat the spoon like heavy cream. Don't cook it above 180 degrees F or the eggs will scramble!
Pour the sauce through a fine strainer, add the vanilla extract, Cognac, and vanilla seeds, if using, and chill.
Yield: 2 cups
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... drive tourists like us are also increasing in numbers and the mix of overly cautious (no such thing) and the downright intimidating drivers isn't a good thing. It's hard to tell if its only the locals who believe that the center of the road is theirs and everyone else can make do with the miniscule verge.
Finally I get to what I'm talking about. As we were driving ...
... All the way back we passed closed shops. Eventually, close to the carpark, we decided to try the drive through fast food place. We had no idea what it was. Twas McDonalds. We had observed that signs on roads are only around a half metre square and are green arches. This place had no signage other than ...
... and quarries, Gordes just has Gordes, the town itself. A massive castle built in 1031 sits at the crest and is surrounded by sunny open space and plenty of cafes and sandwich shops. We have never visited a French town with so many boulongarie that make up filled baguettes on the spot, nor seen so many tourists sitting or walking around eating them. Usually the restaurants and cafes are packed but not in this ...
... silence. The monastery flourished for the first 200 years, then gifts of land and other valuables began to corrupt the order, until it fell into disrepair in the 1700s. It was purchased by a private owner and refurbished and now operates as a working monastery for about 30 monks. We had the opportunity to hear them singing and chanting in the sanctuary and it was wonderful!
The lavender fields in front of the abbaye are lovely, and create ...