Nemea Residence Les Portes des Cevennes
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... rivers throughout the town. There are also many old waterwheels that were used to power the silk and woollen mills that operated during the 18th century.
If our apartment in Uzes was chic, then the apartment in Isle sur la Sorgue is like living in a display home. In a building dating back to 1597, the large ground floor apartment is one big space with no doors and half height wooden partitions to divide the ...
... daughter and she is married to Reto and they have two children, Alexi and Norah. They moved to Gressac about 5 years ago from Geneva to realize their dream of country living and raising horses. They bought the Domaine from one of the Forbes sons and since it already had some of the highest quality organic vineyards on it, they have been giving viticulture a try. Gressac is one of only 10 places in France where the wine has been 100% organic ...
... the Spirit". After Ireland, we depart for Siem Reap, Cambodia, and our epic journey begins!
We will be taking as many pictures and posting as many updates as possible! Again, sorry for the silence over the last month or two, but we will try to be back into full swing and posting every couple of weeks during our time in Southeast Asia!
Thanks for reading! =)
Love and Blessings,
Gerritt and Maggie Salant
It was a very noisy night. Although the traffic on the road lessened, the leaves on the trees made very loud rustling noise and the wind whistled through the branches. Still, we dumped and filled partially and ventured towards Remoulins. By mistake, we took the wrong turning and ended up at Pont de Gard. We saw this many years ago very briefly, but it is now a world heritage attraction with a world heritage price. But, in ...
... gallons a day to this town. The Romans had baths, sewage systems etc. all needing water. The aqueduct was built mainly by Roman soldiers for the entire length. It still is intact for much of its path. We were able to see the bridge that was triple tiered and went across the river. It was really an engineering masterpiece. It was built in the 1st century AD and is still standing. After our tour of that we came back to the ship