and it promised to be full of charm and character – and a whole lot of stairs… 🙂
told us all about the history, tips and more along the way.
and it the most glorious balcony and view of the coast on the top level. We enjoyed breakfast & dinners with the doors open and soaked up this incredible view.
was wonderful to chat with.
and we spoke little French-and he said he spoke little english-
but we laughed as we both spoke ‘Google’ when we pulled out our phones
to translate at the same time.
But… in part two-
I will share more about the medieval castle, our trip to Monaco for coffee,
and a few more photos.
And for info on where we stayed-
I will share a few more photos of the house in the next post also-
but you can read more about Aline and how to stay in her charming home here