Le Mas des Romarins
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... He is a reindeer and he moves when we don't know.
We bought a little Christmas tree and put it up.
The next day we went to a big Chateau
My sister rode a pony.
My brother split his leg open again at the playground.
It was bleeding like it did the first time.
The next day we went to a limestone cave with lights and artwork of a famous ...
We arrived in Fontvieille and the place we lived in like a awesome cave.
It has three stories and it is really big.
At the bottom story there is a very special room with a big screen TV and it has XBOX360. We have been watching lots of movies. We watched the Maze Runner, very cool, and the movie Shelby. It is a Christmas movie.
The second story is just ...
... Les Baux.
This place is amazing!
Artwork is projected onto immense, limestone walls and the floor, with music.
We spent over an hour walking around admiring the changing art in this extraordinary place.
On our last day we drove to Avignon. It was cold, probably our first experience of real cold, real real cold. It was about 2degrees, hopefully we will acclimatize soon.
It had christmas markets ...
... jam selection is taking on super importance with the impending purchase of a jar or 2. I think I have put prune jam at the top of the list – But loved the cherry and almond today, although it is quite savoury and more of a sweet chutney than a jam (and agree it would go really well with roast meats/duck/etc…).
We then headed off to Roussillon to do the loop walk of the cliffs – Rousillon is ...
... the stone houses - even if most of them have ultra-modern interiors now, the local regulations still require stone facades in this heritage region (the Luberon is the part of Provence inland from Marseilles and east of Avignon, it is characterised by limestone ridges and home to quaint old hilltop villages, olive trees and vineyards).
We did also visited a farmers market in the local service town, Coustellet. Unable to question the ...