Novotel Aix en Provence Beaumanoir Les 3 Sautets
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... part of Aix. During this time we found 2 museums and enjoyed wonderful display of sculptures and painting. Caumont Centre D'Art was originally one of the most beautiful private mansions in Aix-en-Provence and dates back to 1715. In 2010 it was acquired by Culturespaces and underwent complete restoration to become the home of the new art centre. The Hotel de Caumont plays host to major temporary exhibitions dedicated to the greatest names in the history of art, ...
... the name of Jane who was an American, but has lived in Provence for the past 15 years and gave tours. Sounded promising. We corresponded and agreed on dates we would be there. That was in May. I emailed her in June...no reply. I emailed her in July...no reply. Good thing we hadn't put any money down with her...geez! Looks like we're doing this one on our own. No big problem. I've done the research.
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... also bags of lavender and other lavender products worth looking at. By the afternoon the market has gone although it never existed and is replaced with the tables, chairs and parasols of the bars in the square. Many of the streets in Aix are narrow flanked by tall buildings often 4 or 5 stories high. Often of ochre coloured stone with pastel painted shutters. It has the largest collection of Baroque architecture outside Paris and ...
... were also many yachts anchored permanently in this calanque. The second calanqe called Port Pin and was named after the alep pine trees that grow out of the rocks along its edges. These trees apparently need very little soil or water to grow. They were a reasonable size though, similar in stature to a malley tree back home. This calanque was not very deep. The third calanqe we visited is supposed to be the best of the lot. This one is called En Vau, the ...
... wine. Lol. Weather is stunning here and looking forward to hiring a car and setting forth. Legs ache a bit. Scenery from the train was varied - sometimes flat and featureless and sometimes rocky. Mount Ventoux was very obvious and is one of our destinations with the car. You may remember the latter Mt if you are fans of the Tour de France. Dinner was at a restaurant a short walk away. Le Petite Verdot (Verdot is a grape variety), recommended by one of the hotel staff, turned out ...