The best things on a France tour can be found in the Uzès market: eating, shopping, and music.
Here are some of my favorite bits and bites for those who like a little of it all.
Market sellers at work
Market vendors take great care of their wares and their customers.
Stops along the way
Morning shopping means taking a break for café au lait by mid-day. Afterward, I headed around the corner and down an alley for more shopping. To my surprise…a southern Dixieland band — South of France, that is!
Food for thought
Exploring and shopping is hard work, so a stop for lunch was a must.
Most meals I’ve eaten at restaurants since I’ve been here have been at lunchtime or déjeuner. That’s because I can get an excellent fixe prix meal at a fraction of the cost of the same meal at dinner. It’s also a healthier alternative since I can work off the calories before bed.
Saturday déjeuner was at le Bistrot du Grezac. The entre (starter), vegetable flan; the plat (main course), beef; and dessert, strawberries with a meringue cookie.
One of the most thrilling moments of my weekend was being entertained by the most enjoyable family in the plaza. The father showed up at the cafe where I had lunch on Sunday. Within moments a little girl played the accordion, and her mother joined him at his table. That’s when the fun started.
I LOVE THIS PLACE