One of the towns that we visited was Uzés(the same day that we visited Haribo). One of my favorite parts (and mom's as well) were the haint blue shutters on the light beige buildings.
|succulents in front of the plant shop- I want them so bad!|
|A bouquet of pussywillows in front of a vintage fountain|
|a cool pot in the store|
Mom also saw some fabrics that she really liked (I liked them too, but not as much as she did). They were oilcloths in varying shades of grey and pastels. My very favorite was the grey one with the white stars on it. Unfortunately though, the store was closed and the fabric was not cheap.
|eating area at a café|
|an olive branch (there were olives all over the rest of the tree) in front of the castle|
|a castle tower with... shutters!|
Driving down another country road, we came upon a brocante shop. The guy collecting the brocante seemed to have a thing for metal, so the yard of cool stuff that we explored included metal reliefs, bottle racks, metal door stops, etc.
|Mom really wanted this bottle rack (I wanted it too)|
|a cool blue and white metal fireplace, fountain and teapot|
|guy with a turban|
On the way home, we also saw some ruins of a castle called Les Baux.
|A sunset in Provence|
It was getting late, so we decided to have dinner in St. Remy. The waiters at the restaurant that we chose were very nice and I'm not exactly sure what I ordered, but it was really good.
so until next time,