Une Autre Maison
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Words that went through my head were something like: Hospital, France, isolated track, you bloody idiot.
If making it to the big pines summit was the good news, and puncturing/crashing was the bad news, then the other good news in this news-sandwich was the views coming down the mountain. Red sky, hills in the distance, vineyards, terracotta roofs. Lovely.
Anyway, time to sleep and let today become ...
... Russ Collins on his Provence & Beyond website (http://www.beyond.fr/sites/murpeste.ht ml). He says: "Attempts to stop the Great Plague included an Act of Parliament (of Aix) that levied the death penalty for any communication between Marseille and the rest of Provence, and a plague wall (Mur de la Peste) was erected across ...
... either & Geoff saying well we can't go over there - which was where zillions of cars were all lined up. So we went in & another car followed us in which always adds to the pressure so we put the ticket in and then the credit card in & of course the credit card didn't work! By thus time the pressure was really building! Geoff kept cool & went & asked a man working on the machines to help out. He tried & it didn't work for him either so we ...
... for the evening. Most of us piled into the van at 6:30pm to go into town for dinner, targeting a restaurant that Steve heard good things about, Le Provençal.
Le Provençal was full. We found out later that it was booked for a private function. But Le Louvre had plenty of space in its outdoor section so we settled in at 7:30pm when their dinner service started. Before that, we found the same bar that Linda, Dave and I stopped at for lunch when we ...
... br> 8) Rosemary tumbling over a stone wall. I brushed by a plant on a stairway one morning, and snitched a piece for our omelette. Yum.
9) A dove's drowsy cu-coo-coo, cu-coo-coo.
10) Ian and Axelle's warmth, hospitality, and artistic spirit. "This house chose us," Axelle told me. They are continuing the tradition that has seen the rambling old property offer refuge to hospital patients, ...