Yesterday, Claire of @guygirltravel introduced you to all things French and fabulous at Huff Harrington Home, and in answer to her question, “Do I earn points?” my response is a resounding YES!
She told me a few things on the phone that she didn’t write about in her post. After a very brief could we, should we discussion on risking the chance of losing a seat at the table by telling you what she learned, there was unanimous agreement that we should share what Ann Huff and Meg Harrington have to offer outside of Atlanta.
It is très bien!
You can raise a glass and get global cuisine at most any place and any time.
You can shop the globe at 3:00am, while snuggled in your pajamas.
What an incredible view!
Back to living like a local, all of these trips offer something singular, special and spectacular. No matter which excursion you choose, your accommodations are at Les Murets, a house just outside of Gordes, overlooking the Luberon Mountains.
…To find your little slice of paradise, because the house is also available to rent!
I’ve been craving my own version of Peter Mayle’s A Year in Provence for a long time.
A. Very. Long. Time.
When my ship comes in, my lottery numbers hit and I find Aladdin’s lamp, I am so there. Now, I just have to plan where to travel while you are visiting my the house. Something tells me I can find a place near the sea. Yes, I’ve been wanting my own version of Joan Anderson’s A Year by the Sea too.
Grr. There are only a few spots left for the 2013 trips. Against the loud voices of my lesser angels, my better ones won out, so here’s where to find all the info, in case you want to go:
If you get to Provence before me, keep your mitts out of my underwear drawer. I already have a system in place. It’s called Organized Chaos. I have children. I will know will know what you did.