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Tried to see an ancient Roman arena in this town where we stayed one night. Well, it was a bit difficult as the GPS took us on some wild goose chases around and around the one way, extremely narrow and highly congested streets!!! It was a nightmare for any passenger I'll tell you now!!
The best thing to do in any of these villages is to park on the edge of town and walk in. The locals drive way ...
... the 1euro Eiffel tower key rings being sold but we
had the night time version of “beer, wine, Champagne” which happened to be
caught on one of Toni’s recordings. Didn’t purchase, but it is highly
entertaining seeing the kids take the **** out of them. Leaving the Champs de
Mars and the Eiffel tower where Corban chased a field mouse unknowingly we
headed home but as we went passed the Musée de l'Armée (Army Museum) which
... lunch and then onwards, the castle was huge and had several reconstructions of the weapons used to throw boulders to penetrate the walls of enemy castles, spent ages wandering round. Good way to spend a not very nice day weather wise. Always nice to get back to our little apartment and have a cuppa. Dinner tonight was some little baked trout with spuds and lentils and a bottle of ...
... years. We managed to avoid all the fine art on the Cote d’ Azur, but not anymore.
That was about it for the day, apart from more baguette, ham and cheese for dinner. And we must not forget the glass of Rose. Life’s hard (NOT) even if it was a dull grey winter’s day all day. At least the forecast rain didn’t happen.
Hopefully it will stay away tomorrow when our final assault on Provence will be to Nimes, the amphitheatre and the Pont du Gard.
... ruins and there are more to come!
So we had a leisurely drive down on the left bank of the Rhone to Port St Louis de Rhone. The significance of this was that at the start of the month when we went over the Simplon Pass from Switzerland into Italy we were at the source of the Rhone River. From there it flows into Lake Geneva (Lac Leman if you are French) and at the city of Geneva it empties out to continue its 800km journey ...