Gourdon. Gourdon is a very small village built on the very top of a mountain. On three sides of it there are cliffs which descend into a valley – the valley of the river Loup. On the fourth side, the mountain descends in an escarpment. There is a road running up the mountain _ which zig-zags all the way up. This road is known as Le Chemin de Paradise. From Gourdon one has a lovely view over the mediterranian[sic] & the neibouring[sic] mountains. One can distinguish, also, Cannes, Juan Les Pins, Nice & other towns & villages.
This village is very isolated & rather wild. There is a sweet little church there & a small “château”.
Tourettes sur Loup.
This is a little village built on the lava of an old volcano. The lava has formed rocks and this village is built on the edge of a precipice. Some of the houses are actually constructed in the rock.
La saut du Loup.
Where the River Loup falls to a lower level. They are big waterfalls & simply lovely. The water is all churned up with the force & rapidity with which the water falls. The light on the spray forms a rainbow.
Grasse. Grasse is a town in the mountains. It is the centre of the well known perfumeries. There are some fountains there made of perfume. One can see over the factories.