Chateau Hotel du Monard
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... to the citizens of Nīmes for five centuries. I’ll give you the stats, but even to an engineer, numbers really can’t do this colossal structure justice. Built in classical times, the soaring arches of the Pont du Gard span 360 meters long and 50 meters high with 3 levels.
After the whirlwind tour of the Pont du Gard we drove to the Domaine de Gressac, where my cousin Laurence lives with her family. Laurence is Jack and ...
... signed and looked after but subconciosuly I wanted to get out and walk .....
Went to a fantastic cave 'Grotte de Madeliene- mad to describe but lots of images sprang to mind from Prometheus to Alien as all the rock formations were truly organic, weird and had grown into human shapes and folds of crystals.
The Guide only had to show around five people including us and as we ...
... was fresh so that's what Peter, Sue and I chose. We took it to a nearby park to enjoy.
After finishing up and hanging around for a while, we decided to go into the bar and restaurant area down by the theatre to see if we could spot the rest of the gang and scout for ice cream. We actually did find Steve, Tim and Carole JUST AS THEY WERE BEING SEATED at a restaurant, at about 8:30pm. They had been wandering all the time that we'd been ...
... pilot us up the mountain. The pavement is painted with still-visible remnants of encouragement messages for the Tour de France riders who made the ascent only a few weeks ago. We pass scores of cyclists - tanned, lean, intense, in peacock-bright singlets and wrap-around shades. Not all of them are young or male, and a surprising percentage are sans helmets. The highway is no wider than any other secondary road ...
... some of them are quite old and we wonder about the wisdom of attempting the climb at their age, especially when some of them seem to be struggling at the bottom of the mountain. It is a 20km trip to the top, all uphill. It rises 1900 meters above sea level and whilst it was summer heat at the bottom, at the top it was icy cold! Weird that we had been watching this hill climb on the TV a few short weeks before, the line markings for the Tour de France are still visible on the ...