Staying in Uzès for 25 days means I want to see what it’s like living here. .. not just being a tourist.
Settling into Uzès
After three days, I’m beginning to settle into Uzès. That means I’m stocking up the fridge and beginning to learn my way around. After spending a leisurely morning in the loggia enjoying my coffee, chocolate croissant, and a Bach piano concerto on the stereo, I set out for a walking tour of the neighborhood.
Here are some of the sights within a few blocks of my apartment.
During my walk, lo and behold, what should I wander into back at the main plaza, but a Sunday market! More shopping! Check out this fabulous jewelry from an artisan from Avignon. A new BFF!
What’s left to cap off the day but to treat myself to dinner at one of the popular restaurants, Terroirs. The specialty, foie gras. Best of all, I was able to discreetly sneak a part of the large serving into a napkin and into my bag for lunch tomorrow. Apparently, restaurants in France don’t understand the concept of “doggie bags.”
Tomorrow, a guided tour of the city. Please join me.