Hotel du Bois des Espiesses
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We arrived at Fontvielle.
We went to look around the streets at 5:00 in the afternoon.
While we were walking around the streets my brother split open his leg.
My Dad had to carry him back to the house.
The next day we went to Arles for a day trip to walk around, and look at all the Christmas stuff all around the streets and the markets.
And we ...
... bedroom and toilet.
And the third is in the roof which is my room.
The only reason there are rooms in the roof are because the roofs is pitched like a triangle.
When we went out for a walk I jumped up and slipped and opened a cut on my leg.
I nearly fainted.
We also went and bought a Christmas tree and we put it up that afternoon.
... thing we do is walk through the little town and within 5 mins, Riley has fallen as he jumped onto a concrete ledge.
There was a good cut and a lot of blood, but nothing Dr Mum and Dad couldn't fix.
The second day he trips on the stairs at home and the cut is reopened.
The 3rd day as he is playing on a playground he manages to reopen it again for the 3rd time.
We have since then restocked up on ...
... circus. The amphitheatre dates from the end of the 2nd century AD. The family of Roman Emperor Antoninus Pius came from Nemausus. Arena of Nīmes
Located in the south-east of France, the city of Nīmes is home to one of the world's best-preserved Roman amphitheatres. During the summer, it constitutes the beating heart of this city in the Gard Department.
Built at the end of the 1st century AD, the Nīmes amphitheatre has aged ...
... than I expected on the inside. It was designed so that the crowd could be seated and dispersed quickly; would you believe that it is a 'vomitorium'? It is essentially the same design that we use today in stadiums. The seating within the arena was very important. Each level of society had a spot where they could sit; one could not sit in a spot that was above or below one's social level. As such, the most important families and dignitaries got the seats closest ...