Relais de Roquefure
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BUT. Happiness was once again found at
The Provence Shop (small cafe & store)
22, rue Victor Leydet
13100 Aix en Provence
A cute cafe I have discovered here (and they speak English!) so if you're ever in Aix en Provence, visit there!! They have Peanut Butter! And naan from India! It's a small international store. The couple who own it actually have a son who goes to the same school as Laura! Small ...
... nous arrete pres des grottes du trou de la lune,, on se promene dans les cavernes, cest genial! lunch rapido et go en ville! petite biere au Gambrinus, Ye du couscous gratis!!!, contribution volontaire quand meme lol, vous auriez du voir la mega assiette! cetai vraiment bon! petit billard avec des regles francaise, oufff on dirait qu il invente les regle a mesure, cest pas pareil lol, retour chez ...
We missed the summer lavender fields. If you really dig modern painting, Aix-en-Provence may hold some charm. Not a bad town, just nothing really spectacular.
Nancy liked the shopping in the old town during the market day.
My pic is a bit snarky. Just showing what is undoubtedly the worst (somewhat) functionally aircraft carrier in the world, the Charles de Gaulle.
On our way to Avignon we stopped to see the famous Pont du Gard. This bridge was part of the aquaduct built in the 1st century AD by the romans to bring water from Uzes to Nimes, about 30 kilometres. The bridge is all that remains of the aquaduct. It was an awesome sight stretching 275 metres and 48 metres high comprising of 3 levels of arches. It was amazing to read about its construction and realise what an incredible engineering feat it ...
... no obvious water flowing form the spring itself. Clearly despite the recent rain the dry summer had had its effect. We walked back down to the start of the river and fond plenty of water there gushing from the rocky sides of the gorge and the water levels in the river itself seemed reasonable so all in all a bit of a puzzle - especially as postcards in shop in the town had shown water surging down the hill from the Fontaine. We turned to the ...