Ibis Cavaillon Luberon
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... pint (570 ml) boiling water, bring it back up to simmering point, then put a lid on and let it cook very gently for 40 minutes. After that, don't remove the lid, just turn the heat off and leave it for another 15 minutes to finish off. Meanwhile, make the dressing by crushing the garlic and half a level teaspoon of salt in a pestle and mortar, then, when it becomes a purée, add the mustard and work that in, followed by the vinegar and some freshly milled black ...
Well, it had to happen sooner or later and better for being later. After Easter, the tourist buses have finally appeared. All the back country roads aren't a deterrent and even in little Roussillon that we have tries to visit on two previous occasions had one at 10.30 am.
But that's still not what I'm talking about. We have also noticed an increase in rental cars, so ...
... on one hundred days of the year was also designed to keep them amused rather than engaged in politics.
Originally tragedies were the main feature, with comedy and improvisation to follow. This allowed them lift their spirits after the gravity of the tragedy. I remember an episode of ...
... an internet nomad so we can, in theory, have wifi access for data and skype etc anywhere in France. At the time of typing this, it was not yet working. Fingers crossed as it cost 80 euro! 4 accidents so far today, traffic is incredible. They say that everyone leaves Paris for the summer and heads south and I believe it! If we had known traffic would be so bad,we would not have gone through Italy, rather headed west from ...
... around the ruins in awe of the constructions that had taken place and were amazed at the spectacular scenery from the top of the hill where the ruins remained. It was a very large area where they used catapults to fight the enemy on approach - reputedly able to hurl large stones 1.8km. The ground was covered in white stone pebbles and once again a lot of the steps were made from marble that had become very slippery.
Our final stop was St Remy but ...