Hotel Le Caboulot
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... k.a....Frei Camping-nice secluded car park) next to two other camper vans behind a stone church along a babbling brook. At this point in time we preferred to park next to other campers if possible. Our drivers side door handle was missing and access to the car was not difficult for someone who knew what they were doing. We cooked up a meal of spaghetti on our camp stove before sleeping uninterrupted for what must have been near on twelve ...
... Provençal delicacies including black, white and herb blood sausages. I opted for the white and herb sausages and they were very nice but I avoided asking what was in them. Poss ventured into the black sausage which she said was quite nice. I was happy to take her word for it. Next was a plate of 15 cheeses. Yes 15 literally. Most of them were delicious including a wonderful Roquefort. Luscious fruit was also served at this time. ...
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We have another change of pace starting tomorrow - we move house and have some special guests arriving. ...
... a bit confused about way-finding in own, I took Dave and Linda into a street market. We walked our bikes past all kinds of stalls, from food to mattresses(!). Cherries are in season here, and Dave stopped to picked up a generous handful from one of the vendors. We shared a few before moving on, and they were excellent--very sweet.
The three of us rode a route two years ago when we were in this area that did NOT pass through Gorges de la Méouges, ...
... see what it was like, and if it wasn't any good we should come back to Moustiers. After about 10 minutes if driving the gorge road, we must have travelled about 500 metres, it became obvious that we would not want to travel back along this road. It was like something from the film The Italian Job, with precarious drops to the side, bad enough if we were in a little mini, a lot worse in a 6 berth mobile home. We got to the next town, and it was ...