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... loves her food, mais après une nuit drinking gallons of water, mon dieu, this delicacy can remain local.
Van Gogh - Saint-Paul Asylum, Saint-Rémy
I did say that the blog is not about sightseeing but Madame says that you can't be in St Remy without visiting the asylum where Van Gogh spent some of the last year of his life between May 1889 – May 1890.
Camping Las Bastide St Remy
We say good bye to the patron ...
... that. First came a plate of hors d'oeuvres with toast and small mannequins of olives, gherkins cheesy snacks.
Next was the soup, thick veg with giant croutons. Then the omelette accompanied by garlicky dauphinois potatoes and, nice touch, whole boiled chestnuts.
Finally a sweets plate with lemon and strawberry profiterole pastries and crispy sweet ...
... Eldon thought the zucchini had maple syrup in it. He loved it but isn't one to be crazy of maple syrup. The duck was delicious, some of the best we have ever had; it was cooked really nice.
We then had a bowl of sweet red fruits and a little cream for dessert. Our friend ordered us an after dinner drink that was really good but loaded with alcohol. We got to be around 9:30. I slept like a baby.
... with Dole. We much preferred it.
We had a great dinner in a little quai side restaurant - starting with our first escargot since the start of our trip - and fantasized about buying one of the "for sale" barges, or rather I did, as I watched people having drinks and dinner on deck. Jim just reflected on how much work boat ownership requires. He now prefers bikes!
... the boat out of the H2O harbor, into the river, and then through the lock to another boat yard, Blanquarts. There we tied up 4 out from the quay, and waited for the electrician to come fix out electrical issues. Very nice man named Phillipe and came and worked very hard. I could hear him muttering from time to time”what is happening” and “what is going on here” and “bizarre!” in French. But he ...