The woman we are staying with in L’isle-sur-la-Sorgue has grandchildren near Theo’s age and lots of toys, including a balance bike. Most of the nearby streets are only sporadically driven on by cars, so Theo has been experimenting with riding down them.
This photo in no way captures the huge mass of venders and shoppers that is the L’isle-sur-la-Sorgue twice weekly market. The (smaller) Thursday market is about twice as large as any market we’ve previously visited, and the Sunday market is ginormous. Interwoven with the many different types of food stands, we’ve seen stands selling clothing, shoes, yarn, fabric, and small electronics.
Really tasty. Brian asked if we could go back every day.
Brian looked puzzled in every shot that I took of him and Theo with this giant bowl of ice cream. There seem to be approximately 2.3 ice cream shops for every resident of L’isle-sur-la-Sorgue.
No matter how often I tried to explain the dietary habits of ducks, Theo kept throwing rocks and sticks into the water yelling “eat this, eat this.” I feel fortunate that we weren’t pecked to death after the ducks became sick of being fooled.
We had a cozy month in L’Isle-sur-la-Sorgue. Below is a list of the things that we recommend most from our stay from the town and nearby.