Hotel des Colonnes
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... we can call ahead for our next stop. Thank heavens people are so willing to be helpful. I’d be lost otherwise.
Friday is our last day and Allen wants to see Gordes and L’isle sur la Sorgue. Gordes is first. A medieval town who’s heyday was in the 19th century. At that time they had 100 shoemakers, mulberry for silk, olives, and dyes they exported. But they had an earthquake that diminished the ...
... at Oppede le Vieux. This medieval village once had 900 people and was a center for the papacy and the Count de Toulouse. In 1910 it was abandoned. Now just a few people live there along a main street that is slowly being fixed up. One restaurant has opened and you can walk up the hill to the old church and castle. The church is being slowly restored but the castle is just a dangerous, fenced off ruin. It sits within ...
It didn't take long for us to move on from "being Italian" to the equivalent of being French! It’s not quite the same, but over the past 4 weeks or so in France, we have picked up a few French habits! My favourite French tradition has to be the baguette. Australia really does not know good bread! Bakers Delight could learn a thing or two from the boulangers in France. A loaf of bread from Bakers Delight at home might last up to a week before it starts going really stale or ...
... including Anoop, pitched in to help push the trailer up the hill. In the end, it was the remote-controlled motor (that most new trailers here are equipped with) assisted by the additional horsepower that managed to push the trailer about fifty meters uphill. That evening, we decided it was too hot to cook and were glad that there was a pizzeria right beside the campsite. We ordered a ham and mushroom pizza to take out and enjoyed a night off from cooking and dishes. ...
... small shops. The first one we come across is a specialty cheese shop, but it is surrounded by fruit and vegetable shops, confiseries, bakeries with local biscuits and pastries, pretty little boutiques selling clothes for children, jewellers, designer handbag shops, wine shops with displays of Rose de Provence, flower shops and cafes. A cool breeze fans us in the 36o heat, and the street is ...