October 3, 2012 Click here for a full portion
In the late afternoom, pretty exhausted by our exploits, we headed for the village of Bonnieux. Our destination for the night was the Bastide de Capelongue, a Relais & Chateaux luxury hotel owned and run by 2 Michelin-star chef Edouard Loubet. I knew I was going to love Bastide de Capelongue, situated in a restored provencal stone farm house, as soom as we drove through the gate and saw the mass of lavender and the secluded courtyard complete with tinkly fountain.
August 22, 2012 Click here for a full portion
If somebody were to ask me what driving in Provence is like I would answer as follows: Picture the rigid grid of Manhattan, near-completely flat and 99% in a neat grid pattern wuth dead-straight streets meeting each other at right-angled intersections. Now put all thoughts of that pattern out of your mind and think […]