Chateau de Rochegude
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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... br> No more than 300 metres from the Roman Theatre is the late 1800’s theatre. Kind of a contrast. Massive 6,000 seater for everyone and probably a 400 seater for the glitterati in the 2nd half of the 1800's. Didn't time change. And now its the 6,00 seater that's in use again with regular concerts ...
... which broke out in the twelfth century between the counts of Provence, who had refortified the ancient "upper town" and the bishops, each of whom were in possession of half the town, were injurious to its prosperity; they were ended by a treaty negotiated in 1251 by the future pope Clement IV, a native of Saint-Gilles-du-Gard.
At disturbed times of the Middle Ages, the inhabitants emigrated to the higher ground on ...
... Musee Louis Vouland is a beautiful mansion with a prestigious collection decorative arts from the 17th and18th centuries. To think I missed this to walk around a museum that had no artifacts - everything was fake. I am furious with Viking for wasting that time. And I’m annoyed I didn’t do my research ahead of time. This is the first and last time I just go with the tour.
... and passed Connie who was parked off to the right with a couple of other cars. She had her window open and I yelled out to her to ask where the summit was, but she didn't know...we couldn't see anything. Later she said it was the first time she'd ever been scared of the wind in a car. About 20 feet later I saw the building at the top. Turns out she was parked within 30 feet of the summit the whole time but didn't know it. We went into the small shop in ...
... br> Tomorrow we head off for Milan via train (three trains in fact) for our last couple of days. What seemed like a long holiday seems to have disappeared very rapidly and I find myself thinking more and more about the changes that await me upon my return with a new job and probably a new place to live plus losing the comrades I've spent a great many enjoyable years with at work. Oh well cést la vie I believe the saying goes over here!