Acanthe du Temple Hotel
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... for six French popes over 70 years in the 14th century. There are actually two large palaces or chateaus next to each other with different architectures. Touring the Palais took about ninety minutes after which we left and toured the Pont D'Avignon also known as the bridge of St Benezet. A 13th century bridge that crosses the Rhone River. Although for the last 700 years, the bridge only goes halfway across the river. What happened to the rest remains a mystery.
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The sunny city of Nimes is often described as the Rome of southern France. It is a popular tourist destination. As well as being in a perfect location to act as a base for explorations of the Mediterranean coast and inland southern France, it also has plenty to recommend it in its own right. The city is home to the finest Roman remains ...
... I have tasted in ages. Then it was back on the metro to the hotel to pick up our bags and walk back to the main station Sants for our train to Nimes. It was a TGV and we had first class seats so it was a very comfortable journey of 3.5 hours. Nimes is the last stop on the Barcelona to Paris route. We found our hotel after a 15 minute walk from the station and then the bar at the restaurant next door for a welcome drink and cheese platter. Great to be back in France ...
... town or, not having researched this spot at all in advance, we were simply in the wrong spot. We never left the car and instead decided to head "home" to Avignon for some dinner and a good night's rest in order to be ready to tackle a busier day tomorrow to include Aix-en-Provence, Marseilles and the Calanques de Cassis. Tomorrow is our last day in the western part of Provence and we plan to make it count! We love and miss you all, ...
... nearly 27 hours to flow from the source to the city. The water arrived in the castellum divisorum at Nīmes – an open, shallow, circular basin 5.5 m in diameter by 1 m deep. It would have been surrounded by a balustrade within some sort of enclosure, probably under some kind of small but elaborate pavilion. When it was excavated, traces of a tiled roof, Corinthian columns and a fresco decorated with fish and dolphins were discovered in a ...