Logis Toppin Cavaillon Luberon
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- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Non-smoking hotel
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... rental about 3:00 for a light snack after three hours of touring. We then walked the grounds and hillside forest area next to the property which provided a great view of the surrounding areas. We gathered some kindling for a fire in the fireplace of our rental. The old stone cottage is pretty cool in the evening and a fire in the living room feels great.
Tonight for dinner we had a little North Atlantic salmon with potatoes and vegetables. Quick and easy. Great first day in ...
... few beers to kill the time. We thought it was going to be a little village but a little disappointed at how big it is. The advantage though is the choice of restaurants, bakeries and pubs. We had an interesting dinner at Les Petit Plats where the kitchen is open to the restaurant and you watch the owner cook. He also came and chatted to us and was a very funny guy. Provence touring starts ...
... only to find that as we had got there so late it was already full up. There was nothing much for it but to return to Arles to pick up the card which was another hour and a half although Stevo then decided to take us on a bit of a circuitous route which we couldn't work out and this added more time to the trip and it was almost 8 when we got back to the campsite. So not a great day all round and everyone is pretty tired tonight, not sure what the plan will be for ...
... event I learned about there was the brave imprisonment of Marie Durand and other French Huguenots.
The most exciting and fun part of our excursion was our horse ride through the Camargue. My horse's name was Jasun. He had a nice brown coat. In all honesty, I wanted a white horse (which are more common in this area of France) mostly because I wanted to nickname him Jean le Blanc, like the Marquis de Lafayette's horse. I guess Jasun was my Jean le ...
... a sick joke to see all of the lovely fresh ingredients and not be able to buy them because we A) had nowhere to store them and B) had nowhere to cook them. It was heartbreaking. Instead, I took tons of pictures and grabbed every cheese, fruit, bread, and olive sample I could get my hands on. Instead of dwelling on the fact that we couldn't buy anything perishable (i.e. anything at all) we meandered into the flea market area and started eyeing the different ...