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Walking about in Aix-en-Provence

Walking about in Aix-en-Provence

With its many narrow streets and mostly pedestrian center, Aix-en-Provence is best discovered on foot and public transportation. Erin was our walking guide through Aix, she certainly made our visit very enjoyable.

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The Fondation Carmignac on the Island of Porquerolles

The Fondation Carmignac on the Island of Porquerolles

The Carmignac Art Center is on this little portion of paradise, on the island of Porquerolles.

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Visiting Château La Coste

Visiting Château La Coste

In the little “commune” of Le Puy Ste Réparade, Château La Coste is a unique experience. Actually, after a walk through the gardens and a delicious lunch – which included a glass of Château La Coste rosé, I can say that Château La Coste offers many different experiences.

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Dinner at L’Arlatan

Dinner at L’Arlatan

We had read about L’Arlatan and had a chance to come to Arles in the off-season. Although that November turned out to be a little rainy, it certainly did not affect our dinner experience. 

To tell the truth, it did not start out as simple plan for a dinner at L’Arlatan. It was more like a visit for a quick peek, followed by “let’s have dinner here”, and then a “let us come back tomorrow night for more”. Explanation to follow.

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Engravings by David Mounier

Engravings by David Mounier

We met David at the Saint-Rémy-de-Provence market. A quick glance at David’s display and we were immediately struck by his works. A tree, a landscape, a bird, all of his subjects draw you closer to the art, closer to the details, and captivate your imagination until you feel compelled to ask him: how?

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