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... why, well guess what, the tree is an olive tree that has been dated over 1,000 years old, OMG. Glad we got the shot. I have to be honest, personally I wasn't enthralled by this aqueduct and I think that maybe that was because yesterday we discovered a little treasure at Castries, we found the source of the aqueduct and saw the finish and today for me personally today I saw a bridge with no beginning and no end, I know the history and the importance and significance ...
... the many unique styles. A wonderful few hours walking up and down all the twisting lanes and going in and out of each different shop.
So our week in Uzès gave us plenty of fun and lots of new experiences, and then it was time to go further east to the other side of Provence, a report about that coming soon
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... admit there were a few times we 'over walked' our map. We are so accustomed to Canadian maps where everything is distant and spread out that we misread the scale and walk right by some of the historical sites we are looking for. Afterwards, we went to the 'Cryptopotiques'...wow... underground U shaped crypts built int 30 to 20 BC...and parts are still being uncovered. We then went to ...
... supermarket is closed on Mondays and one of the bakers is closed Monday and Tuesday. Got the information we needed and headed home. What should have taken us half an hour or so took more than an hour. Would have been good to have the little map from the info centre from the start.
Highlight of the day was walking to the village of Segurat. Later in the afternoon Tim, Jack, Maddie and I walked to this village which is half an hour from our village. We ...
... Roman structure - the first is the Colosseum in Rome. The aqueduct was definitely impressive. We crossed the bridge in front of it and viewed it from several areas.
After grabbing an ice cream to beat the heat, we drove to Nimes. We went to its Roman amphitheatre which is the best preserved one in the world and dates from 2nd century BC. It is still used for bullfighting today (in Nimes, the bull is not killed like in Spain). We then went ...