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TripAdvisor Reviews Les Lavandins Saint Christol
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... s high . Set to dramatic music It was remarkable! We have posted some pictures trying to capture the event not sure they do it justice . After a coffee ,( yet another bad one )we walked to the to top of the hill to the chateau . It held my attention for a short while but I lost interest ,meanwhile Garry enjoyed the audio commentary and did a thorough tour ...
... Feeling just a little silly I ordered bacon and mushroom crepe and Garry the duck crepe . P.s Apparently the movie A Good Year starring Russell Crowe is based on the owner of this cafe. Today we got up very early passed on brekky in order to beat the rush at the antique markets held in the village called L'Isle-sur-la-Sorgue , a found a lot of the stalls follow the markets from town to town so it was only the antiques at ...
... comfy red shoes for only 15 euro , almost as much as the cheese !! Back at the Villa sitting in the garden I'll try and set the scene .There is a German lady making wreaths with wild lavender and ivy she has collected this morning ,her husband is at the table with me doing word puzzles . The canadian guest is to my right by the fountain reading.It is so quiet except here par for the water pouring ...
... is amazing it is 200 years old , rich in history and beauty. see pics 1,2,3 .Old magazine pictures (including Vogue) showcasing this villa in it's prime are presented in a folder in the living area. Garry was really impressed and said " you done real good on this one babe " and I reminded him it was also one of the cheapest! We freshened up and took a walk into the village in search of a meal ...
... his Merlot and Romanaise with our first Provence inspired, home cooked meals. Ahhhhh, so great to be back in St. Roman d Malegarde.
As usual, Chateau de Beaucastel was intriguing and hospitable. Our host, Adrian, was relaxed and competent as he guided us through the winery, where we had to step over and around the hoses used for transferring juice during the ongoing crush and initial fermentation. As we were partaking in the desgustation in the wine ...