Tasha leisurely celebrating National Dog Day atop one of our newly restored antique Fauteuil chairs.
He has glass eyes and the original polychrome finish. We love finding treasures like this!
The main church in L'sle sur la Sorgue with its wonderful gargoyles on guard. The main altar was breath taking in person. Love the bonze fountain spout, wishing we could bring it home with us.
Our dinner last night of salad with toasted chevre and lardons then followed by entrocote de bouef with peppercorn sauce, potatoes daphanoise and zucchini in olive oil with garlic. We're quite the happy campers!
They were built over 2000 years ago and constructed of 50,000 tons of limestone from the surrounding areas. Quite impressive, it is a UNESCO World Heritage site and one of France's most popular tourist destinations.
Today we visited Arles, went to see the exhibition of Van Gough at the Van Gough Foundation and also saw the coliseum of Arles. We picked up some fresh figs & fruits for breakfast on our way back.
It is a feast for the eyes as well as the stomach. Beautiful fresh produce, cheese, meat, bakery, wine, chocolates, coffee bar, deli counter, flowers. Worth a visit.
Cathedral of Granada.
View of Cathedral from a friend's terrace before dinner.
Enjoying a glass of Lillet.
The Church tower of the Cathedral of Sanlucar.
The main altar of the Cathedral.
A side altar with an amazing coppola.
A storks nest on the tower of the convent.
Fresh local languistinos in olive oil, ginger, garlic and served on kafir lime leaves, OMG!!