Le Pavillon de Beauregard
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... and many others have works. Overall a very cultural day which we enjoyed very much. We have shopped for tomorrow as it is a public holiday tomorrow for 11/11 and everything will be closed. After arriving home we didn't feel like venturing our again so tomato on toast was the meal. It appears that Kenny may be getting my wog, so early to bed and a lazy day tomorrow. Oh, we are continually finding these large courtyards with big oak trees and much atmosphere just ...
... must have experienced half a dozen. Knowing when to go and when not to go is the key....told you I was getting all the insurance Hertz could offer!!! Negotiated them well and on to a highway toward Sainte Baume. Then we hit a toll road. Provence is filthy with them. And if we are behind in credit cards, they are behind in toll roads. Everyone has to stop and get a ticket. Then later on, everyone has to stop and pay the toll. ...
... We dined at an okay restaurant where I tried the traditional pissaladiere, like a pizza with caramelised onion, olives and anchovies. I think I have cooked a better one myself with more care. Anita had a spaghetti Bolognese.
We were disappointed at the end of the day that we hadn't discovered the Provence that we see on our TV shows. Rather than cute French villages we had found busy highways and large cities and towns. We need to do some further research ...
4. The experiment was taken a step further when it became obvious that Rick and Beth needed to fully demonstrate that they had understood the Cooking Class. It was a tense evening but they were successful in Aix Kitchen Rules and secured an invite to our next trip
5. We ...
... and we got off at the Place de la Marie to have lunch around 12:30 or so. The place we chose did not disappoint. At ground level, there is a a souvenir shop named "Chat Reveur", which roughly translates as "Cat Dream".
A steep flight of stairs in the back of this shop takes you up to "Mandarine", a cute little bistro (25-seats at small, tightly-packed tables) that serves simple but elegant lunches. We were amazed at the ambience, ...