Lavender hunt: the road trip of a lifetime

About a year ago at this very time, I have been contemplating what was supposed to be Mus’ birthday’s gift. A trip to the lavender fields, her long time photohunting ambition. Armed with the knowledge of Russian, English and French Internet and, of course, with our cherished collection of the most beautiful French villages, we spent days designing the most picturesque road trip through the French Provence. Here is where we ended up driving and a glimpse of what we saw in a week.

At the dawn of the lavender season, many photohunters will find it useful.

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Paris –> Montrésor –> La-Roque-Gageac –> Avignon –> Gordes –> Roussignon –> Lourmarin –> Ansoui –> Moustiers-Saint-Marie –> Les Baux-de-Provence –> Mirmande –> Vézelay –> Noyers –> Paris

Spoiler: BONUS in the end of the post!

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Étretat: French North at its best

I LOVE road trips. The window views, favorite music as a soundtrack to thoughts, car conversations, laughters, comfortable silence, driving towards a new adventure -everything. Whenever I have a chance, I jump in a car with people I love and take off to explore. In a way, these are also bonding trips, my equivalent to Steve Job’s long walks with those he cared about (no ambition here).

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