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... of the river and the blue of the sky framed the sandy yellow city There were two halves of the fortress that could be paid for- the popular half had gardens and a monastery overlooking the river, the other half had artworks in it a buildings, and stood slightly higher. We could have paid for both, but opted for the less popular one. There was literally no one about here, and we walked up a hill and explored theany buildings in this half of the fort any were ...
... You are kidding! I fold in the mirror which is now trying to smash the lights out in the infernal toll-machine (probably should have!) and manage to squeeze half out the door......but there's the hand-brake lever that's trying to neuter me, there's something digging into my chest, but I have to go anyway! ......... ........And I crush my glasses into my chest and rip an arm off them............. F#%¥! Wouldn't that give you a touch of the screaming heebies! But, as ...
... route back which was great as it gave us another perspective of the countryside. This route took us through Avignon and we stopped for a 'nature break' as they say on the Tour, found a modern shopping centre with a nice restaurant so decided to stay there for dinner which was very pleasant. By the time we got back to St Remy it was 9.00pm after another very pleasant ...
... especially how I sounded (really helped my ego!). He was from Nimes but had been living in Australia for a number of years and travelling. He was
just back home working for his dad (in the café) before he could go travelling again. Just another example of the great people we meet here.
Our next stop was Avignon, for the Palace of the Popes. It was much busier there than we expected, taking us ...
... scenery in the foothills of the Pyrenees. Mrs TomTom then decided to take us on a little adventure over a very back road pass over the mountains to our next destination. It started off very steeply and then got quite narrow. We didn't go over the restricted access forestry road that she thought would be a good shortcut, but eventually got to the top of Col de Beyrede without meeting any other traffic except a crazy cyclist and some cows that were free-ranging. Going down the other side ...