La Maison d`Uliva
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We walked around Arle and looked at the ruins & gorgeous buildings and houses.
We then drove to Pont du Gard and back to Avignon.
We went for a long walk, looking in shops, watching buskers and checking out the menus at restaurants.
We decided to buy dinner and headed back to the hotel and ate it at the common room.
Back in the room we discussed and planned what to do over the next week. ...
... to the lure of the little train for sight seeing. Every town has had a little train that takes tourists around all the important sites & has a commentary in different languages. We figured no one we knew would see us & so we didn't need to be embarrassed. It was actually quite a good tour through the really narrow streets of old Marseille. After that was over we went across the harbour on the ferry which took about 1 minute & then we walked around ...
When we set out on this trip I wanted not only to show Andree some of the things I had previously found in France, but for us to share new experiences together. Some of the places we have been to have already ticked these boxes, but I wanted to visit the south of France as I have never been to that area before. Unfortunately it seems we chose the worst place to hit the coast, being a very industrial area just ...
... have given me cabin fever.
Walked back through the Porte St Dominique which is the closest gate to the wharf, turned right and followed the wall until I reached Place Crillon, assuming that anything with "place" in the name would have at least one bar.
In fact there were several, one of which agreed to sell me a Mohito Royal (a Mohito made with champagne) which tasted like a normal Mohito to me. Not that there's anything at all wrong with that.
It was ...
... Christians were fed to Lions and Gladiators fought to the death 90 years after Christ was born. All of the things we saw are still in remarkably good condition. Alan told us that the Pont du Gard, which is an aquaduct built to carry water to Nimes a few hundred years ago, was maintenance free for the first 500 years of it’s life. It seems that the Romans knew a thing or two about building things that were meant to last. It is still carrying water to this ...