Hotel de l'Image
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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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 ...
... and a kitten that looked just like a pure bred Himalayan peeked between the marble pillars at us.
After the loss of our very elderly darling little cat 2 weeks before our trip my heart is torn worrying if any one cared about the delightful little creature, but i could not get close enough to even take a pic. However they looked fed and seemed healthy and I saw feeding bowls under trees so someone must be looking after them.
... and some of the best cheeses too. Huge range and so cheap compared to home. There was even a shop just for potatoes, and it had about 10 varieties of potatoes! We tried some to die for cheeses, saucisson, terrines, pate de compagne, and some interesting cuts of meat from the bouchoneries including bull! We thoroughly enjoyed wandering around the market each morning choosing picnic supplies for lunch or something to cook up in the apartment for dinner. One of my ...
13th August- Despite it being a bit drizzly we walked into town where it was market day. A vey impressive market, it showcased all the local produce-fruits, cheeses, sausage, as well as the oils, herbs, tapenades, soaps and lavender Provence is famous for. Due to restrictions of customs and my bulging suitcase, I bought nothing. We had no fridge in our hotel so really couldn't buy foodstuffs. Luckily, the ...
Visited the quaint yet very touristy town of Les Baux which is a old medieval town on top of the Alpilles Mountains. Its got great views over Provence however its a very poor cousin of Meteora. Also unlike Meteora which has kept its monasteries like they originally were and exudes a sense of calmness and peacefulness, the town of Les Baux is basically a shopping village and feels "cheap" in comparison. It was still nice to see but there is just no comparison.