Les Hauts De Salavas
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- Swimming pool
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- Pets allowed
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... tiny Manduel where Scott (my brother), had us set up to visit the Campuget Family Winery. We met with the owner, who generously gave us a tour of the property. He told us a few secrets about his formula, including his treatment of LIES. Do you know what lies is? We did not either but it is the sediment from processing the grapes that is still remaining while the wine ferments. It reminded us of old Temecula a ...
After thinking we left a all the mozzies behind, got up this morning with the biggest bite ever on my side. Must have gone to bed with one, hopefully he died a painful death, because he's given me some gip all day. As we woke up early we decided to pack up the awning and move on. After a trip to Carrefour to get some bits and bought marmalade for the first time we think in 15 + years (as we ...
A Further Observation:
The French don't appear to have discovered, or embraced, the selfie-stick. I think we may have the only one in the country, unless there is a bus load of Japanese tourists about.
We have found a new and novel purpose for our selfie-stick; using the telescopic handle to hook and pull the prickly wild blackberry canes closer so we can pick the unreachable berries.
... pyramids a thousand years earlier, but that was just stacking block of stone on top of each other and the Chinese may have built the Great Wall, but again, that was just building a wall. For engineering, nothing could surpass the Pont du Gard.
The amazing thing is that it is just an aqueduct. Just an aqueduct? Well ,it isn't a monument or a palace or a temple, just a means of transporting water. The Romans had ...
... s engineers were able to lower the height of the bridge by 6 metres (20 ft) to 48.77 metres (160.0 ft) above the river – still exceptionally high by Roman standards, but within acceptable limits. This height limit governed the profile and gradients of the entire aqueduct, but it came at the price of creating a "sag" in the middle of the aqueduct. The gradient profile before the Pont du Gard is relatively steep, descending at 0.67 metres (2 ft 2 in) per ...