Chateau Hotel du Monard
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... to put our belongings in, and also a length of string to attach our sunglasses to our life jackets, we set off for the half an hour drive to the start of the descent. In my head I had envisioned a gentle paddle down the river, the idea of coming out of the canoe didn’t actually enter my head…….I was in for a big surprise!!!!
Our driver dropped us off with our canoe and handed us a very basic map of the river. He stressed that we must ...
... our way into the 37000 peopled city of Orange for 2 nights. It exudes history with the current title of Prince of Orange bestowed on the King of Netherlands, William of Orange being a king of England in 1689 and loads of others. But its 2 jewels are the 1st century arc de triomphe, celebrating Roman conquest of the Gauls and the remarkably intact Roman theatre. Both underwent extensive restoration ...
... starter - bread, pâté, ham and couscous salad, crikey, there was enough food here for a whole meal. But that wasn't the problem, the problem was the open bottle of red wine that was also on the table, and it was included in the menu cost, so essentially it was an open bottle of free red wine. We ate the starter and enjoyed a nice glass of cold water. The main course was a great big dish of duck casserole and a pile of green beans. We ate most of that and enjoyed a nice glass ...
... either & Geoff saying well we can't go over there - which was where zillions of cars were all lined up. So we went in & another car followed us in which always adds to the pressure so we put the ticket in and then the credit card in & of course the credit card didn't work! By thus time the pressure was really building! Geoff kept cool & went & asked a man working on the machines to help out. He tried & it didn't work for him either so we ...
... to any particular area - Pont du Gard caught us by surprise. The museum helped us understand just exactly how this extremely large structure (second in height to the Coliseum which is only 6-feet taller) was built. We learned about the Roman’s surveying equipment and man-powered cranes as well as the importance of water to the bath-conscious Romans. It is unbelievable that in 19 B.C. the Romans ...