Subject: Re: Luberon, etc.
What a great website that was! Thanks for the information. I've just spent the last hour enjoying the site.

Nanette

Gretchen wrote:
>There is a one star restaurant that we ate at in
>L'Isle Sur Le Sorgue that was wonderful and also not
>breaking the budget if you took the special of the
>day. La Prevote, 4, rue Jean-Jacques Rousseau

>Also, there is a website where you can order a copy of
>drives to make. We did most of the drives and the
>info is fantastic. http://www.mcn.org/a/provence
>After I send this I will see if the
>website comes up as I have not used it since 1998.
>This is where the not-to-miss villages are listed as
>well as unique things such as the sunburst bridge--way
>down a long path-like road made for walking!

>We ate at the places mentioned in the guide and at one
>of the places, the waiter recognized the guide.

>In Rousillion we ate at Residence des Remparts, Place
>Pignotte and on the second trip we ate at Restaurant
>Le Valdes Fees, rue Richard Casteau. WE ate above the
>terrace so we could look at everyone's food and decide
>what we wanted. This really helped as the names on
>the menu did not match what appeared on the plates.
>The waitress would pair up the menu items with what we
>were looking at! Experiences, experiences!