Yelloh Les Secrets de Camargue
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... to Paris she was able to fall asleep for the night. When we got to Paris we noticed that it was very urban (developed, non rural). Our activity for our time in Paris was to visit the Parisian Catacombs. The catacombs create an underground labyrinth, that used to be a quarry with an absolute distance (physical distance between two points) of 2 km. The catacombs hold about 6-7 million Parisians as ...
... nature and the needs of the livestock they tend. You’ll visit a gardian’s bull farm, where you’ll revel in the friendliness of their down-to-earth hospitality, and experience traditional daily life. You’ll also climb aboard a farm truck to visit the bulls in their natural environment, and then return to the farmhouse to enjoy traditional Camargue fare and local ...
... bullfights are held today—20 centuries later. You'll also view the 7,000-seat Antique Theater during your tour of this ancient, cobbled city.
Then enjoy An Afternoon in Provence. You'll discover the Provencal village of Les Baux de Provence during a walking tour, then visit the “Carrieres de Lumieres” where artwork is displayed on the walls of carved limestone chambers.
Headed off the visit the troglodyte Abbey de st romaine but unfortunately when we got there found it was closed on Mondays. So plan B and we head off to the Pont du Gard. Amazing site. This is an amazing roman aqueduct which has had very little by way if reconstruction. It's one of the best examples remaining in France. It crosses the Rhone river which was broad and quite fast flowing, sore it was ...
... and all the French hurried around packing up their stores and running with their baguettes and wine before the 3 hour shut down began. It's hard not to have a cheese and wine picnic in this sort of schedule, especially as I am used to this time of day being peak hours for tourists and hospitality after all the tourists sleep in and eventually get their act together to begin their days adventures. I had a wonderful time here, seeing snow and the ski enthusiasts, and the ...