les Arcades le Lion d'Or
- Adjoining Rooms
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... It looks beautiful with possible walking / hiking options, as well as the possibility of hiring kayaks to paddle along to the next town! Plus restaurants and cafes – agreed that this sounds ideal place for lunch.
Breakfast great as usual - mini crepes as the extra treat today (yum). Some serious debate about what the treat might be tomorrow – as we seem to have rotated through most of the typical French pastry treats we can think of. ...
... everything of at our accommodation then headed off to Aix-en-Provence for lunch and a look around. Put in a street name mentioned in my book into the GPS – as a place recommended for lots of cafes on a beautiful street in the centre of town. Lots of trouble getting a park, but finally did and set to work studying menus at a cluster of restaurants. Mitch very happy with his mussel bouillabaisse, but my dish of pork ...
... same ochre) – stunningly beautiful. Had planned to do a walk (the ochre trail) to get close up views of the cliffs and scenery – but Mitch realised that he had left the camera under the table at dinner last night in Gordes. Decided to wait for another time (once camera retrieved) in order to get some great photos of everything. Wandered through the streets for a bit checking out lots of restaurants – thought we could come ...
... ochre deposits (the biggest in the world). We strolled around, enjoying a Tiramisu gelato (which actually had Tiramisu texture as well as taste), but chose not to join the crowds for a meal there, despite the lovely views available from so many cliff-side restaurants. Picnics on our peaceful balcony with local produce are just too attractive!
Tuesday morning is market day in Gordes, the hill-top village closest to where we are staying so ...
... 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 ...