Saturday, March 21, 2015

Cafes and More at Isle sur la Sorgue, Provence

The last week we've been in living in a charming apartment in the middle of Isle sur la Sorgue, a small town known for it's antiques in Provence, France. We chose this town for it's access to the hill towns of the Luberon, everything is about 20 to 30 minutes away through scenic countryside. Luckily we are here for 2 more weeks, a great place to be!

 Woman at the cafe getting ready to roll her cigarette.

Isle sur la Sorge is a long name for English speakers, it means Island on the Sorgue river. There are canals and rivers everywhere...kind of like Venice minus the gondolas :-) 

Many artists around, these dogs made of rubber boots are very clever! 

Enjoying a drink at the outdoor cafe. 

Another hand rolled cigarette, there are still many people smoking in France.

My Pastis, well.... the end of it, I forgot to take a photo before I drank it. A drink that tastes like licorice, refreshing!

Our waiter, tres charment.

 An unlimited selection of places to eat, many outdoor cafes, lots of water... nice!


And the rubber dogs sneaking a peak....

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