les Arcades le Lion d'Or
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... all. The color of the water was enhanced by its purity and the wonderful emerald colored plants growing on the bottom. It was indeed a magical way to paint a town full of winding streets and waterwheels. I think Holly found all 9 that were there. Some still working! From there we headed to the source of the river/; Fontaine-de-Vaucluse. Once again the magical river Sorgue, was center stage, as it flowed downhill through ...
... 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 ...
... were delicious for dessert.
After a picnic lunch back at the campsite, we went for a scenic drive around the Gorges de la Nesque. It was a beautiful drive and on several occasions we got great views of Mt. Ventoux off in the distance. We noticed that instead of road-side railings, there were perfectly manicured hedges that reminded me of Canadian football training equipment. I’m not sure of its purpose on ...
... me and the four of us cycled together for most of the morning.
We went through a spectacular Gorge - the Gorge de la Meouge. Halfway through we were held up for about ten minutes while the road crews were dynamiting and while there I chatted with another cyclist who was from Sisteron. He knows the owners of the hotel well and we sent back our appreciation of a lovely meal - last night we had a three course meal which was included, along ...
... peaks of rock rising hundreds of meters above the cultivated fields. In meadows, innumerable red poppies grow amongst a myriad of colourful wild flowers - some familiar to my Canadian eyes, others just mysterious beauties. Occasionally a field is so densely covered in chamomile or lavender or clover that its scent perfumes the air. Birds constantly serenade us as we make our way south.
The departure from Gap was immediately uphill; even before we ...