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... and emerald-green wooded hillsides.
This morning you'll arrive in Viviers—the gateway to Provence—where you’ll enjoy a closer look at this charming town on an included walking tour. Then you'll have free time to explore on your own.
... white wine. Delicious!
We spent some time with the kids too and it was cute to see how likened my dad to their Grandpa, Papou ;-) They are the sweetest kids and such a joy to be around. Alexi showed me his Christmas list for the Père Noël; it’s such fun to see kids that age filled with the wonder and magic of Christmas.
Words for the Day:
"Integrate what you believe into every single area of your life." - Meryl Streep
We had a bit of a sleep in today and then off to Avignon to drop off of our first visitor, so back to Avignon TGV train station and we say goodbye to Dave, he is off to manage the stage lighting for the Glastonbury music festival in a couples weeks time.
Then we are off visit to one of the area's major attractions Pont du Gard. This is a Roman aqueduct built thousands of years ago, there are lots of families ...
... the river the buildings became older and the river offered spectacular views of city along the river and the old city up along the hills. We just caught the Monday market along the river as they were packing up but had a quick look. With the time we had left before we had to jump back on the train to catch the last bus to Pont Saint Esprit, we managed to find the Cathedrale St Jean and square, the ancient Roman ruins and roam the cobblestone lanes and ...
... 23: Pont de Gard
A bit of a relaxing day today, and no driving. We biked to the Pont de Gard, the beautiful Roman aquaduct over the Gordan, then across it’s little bridge and south about 5 kms to Remoulins, then back to the campground. Remoulins was a small town, but did have a pretty little medieval area with a few 12th C buildings. Spring has sprung, so the afternoon was spent just soaking up some sun at the campground.
We plan to bike over to the Pont again at ...