A beautiful restaurant nestled into the Alsace region, surrounded by vineyards and green hills. Menus are available with three or four courses. Entrées and desserts are definitely not to be missed as they were all fantastic. Living like gods in France.
What started as a cheerful and supposedly relaxing weekend in Paris turned into a trip full of thoughts.
Who hasn’t seen pictures of lavender fields in the Provence? With them being just in season, I could not pass up the opportunity to see for myself. Transportation can be kind of tricky because, well, those are fields, so don’t count on public transport. Either go by car or take a tour from Avignon (or some other bigger city close by). The tour also included a visit of the village of Gordes which sits on top of a hill.
I have been putting off writing this post for a long time, mostly because I did not know what I wanted this post to be: there is so much and so little to write about a city that you have spent so much time in…
[…] The Mediterranean starts with the olive tree
– Fernand Braudel
When visiting the département of Hérault, it is best to start with Pic Saint Loup, a mountain north of Montpellier. There are hiking trails from several villages surrounding the Pic, but the easiest and most popular one leads you from Cazevieille to the summit in about 1h30. The most convenient way is to go by car as the Hérault Busses don’t run that often. But tramping also seems to work quite well.