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Travel Blogs from Arles
... sees me carefully reading the lonely planet guide for Avignon. Well, actually reading and scribbling to indicate paragraphs of interest. She starts a conversation, mostly in English!! It turns out, she used to be a writer for lonely planet, and saw me defacing "her" old magazine. She now lives in Paris and is the publisher for some French trail walking guides. I'd ...
Each day the weather has got worse en Provence! Today it rained consistently until mid afternoon.
Our trip to Nimes to see the Roman amphitheatre was soured somewhat by no printed English explanation sheet - which we have received at every other major attraction - and an audio guide which soon flattened its battery.
Stunning place architecturally and engineering wise as it was built about AD 100 and similar methods were still being used 1500 years later.
... the van Gogh tour, as he actually spent some time here and completed several of his works of art.
This is an interesting little tour and worth doing if you have the time, and definitely if you're a fan of van Gogh.
We arrived just after midday and just missed the farmers markets near the Tourist Information ...
Weekend trip to catch up with some mates.
We simply wandered around the streets of central Nimes, which is a small town with quite a large Ancient Roman influence.
Most of the time was spent around the Arena and the nearby streets, visiting cafes, restaurants and shops.
The 'icon' of this little town is a palm tree and a crocodile.
Unfortunately, most things were ...
... enjoying the view and grabbing a light lunch at the cafe in the park, I headed over to the other side of the park and down one of the old city towers. After reaching street level, I walked along the city wall to Avignon's famed Broken Bridge, or Pont Saint-Benezet. The bridge, most of whose original 22 arches were swept away by the river, leaving only the remaining 4 arches, was originally the only connection between ...