Le Mas des Comtes de Provence
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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 ...
... Orange was beautiful and reminded me of Verona with its marble footpaths, lovely gardens and cleanliness.
After Orange we drive to Vaison la Romaine 20 mins away. A stunningly beautiful hilltop town built right along the crest of a steep hill and a huge market that runs the length of the main street. We take time browsing in the market and buy small gifts for loved ones at home.
As we continued on through the village and across ...
... when we (well mostly Mikey) cooked up the confit de canard, topped off with obligatory duck fat potatoes, think provencal haricots vertes and a salad with the Carrefour mustard dressing we have become addicted to (thanks Anna and Rick!).
We also had some great meals out including delicious street food like chorizo and other Spanish style tapas, and a fabulous meal at a place Melisa and JB recommended on the corner of our street, sitting alfresco watching ...
... 6 months and painted another 100 paintings. Shortly after being discharged, he committed suicide by shooting himself in the heart. He died at 37....having sold only one of his paintings in his whole life, and that one for just a few francs. I'm not an art buff and I don't know much about it but I have always loved his work with the bright colors and bold strokes. It was sad and moving to learn so much about him.
... that theory when we return to Jackie and Annie's home. They have invited a couple of their friends, Francoise and Michel, who have a little English also. It turns out to be a wonderful evening with a little wine, a lot of laughs and some authentic Provenšal food. We taught Annie to say "hit the ****" and she taught us to say " va chier dans ta caisse" (which means I'm going to **** in your car). We retired very happy and feeling very welcomed despite the language ...