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... and was meant to unite the areas around it. 10 streets shoot off like a tinker toy wheel with sticks. It is now the student quarter. At the other end of the Rue Ste. Catherine, 1.2 km away, is the Grand Theater, which is a former Roman forum and is now the Opera House. On the top are 9 muses and 3 goddesses. We walked the entire length of this street, branching off at the Cours Victor Hugo to see the Saint Andre Cathedral, in which Louis VII married Eleanor of Aquitaine, the ...
The streets are pristine, wide, clean and white stone. There are lots of green parkways along the river and squares and today a large P & O cruise liner was moored at the entrance to the city square. We sat in a quaint french cafe and managed to be understood enough to order delicious quiche, coffee and apple cake and then we wandered the city streets and checked out the shop fronts, restaurants and bars. ...
... map of the city. We were told that a lot of Australians had visited already that morning. As it was around 2pm we decided to eat lunch at the station - there were a great many food places to choose from. (What will Brad do for lunch when he can't order a 'formulae'; that is a roll, a dessert and a soft drink?)
Although it was 3.2km to our accommodation, we decided to walk and see some of the sights, as we couldn't get into our room until ...
Opted for a quiet day, explored this sweet village, bought the breakfast baton, went for a lovely walk for a couple of hours, read, listened to Music on my iPod, sketched, watched a woodpecker getting his dinner and generally chilled. No driving, that was nice. Will go and explore the small villages nearby tomorrow, also time to go shopping, the fresh food is finished and the fridge is ...
I watched a man working in the vineyard whilst having breakfast. Now just imagine, you have a couple of hectares of vines, each vine planted about half meter apart, then you need to go to each vine and trim the growth that is superfluous. It looked like back breaking work as at the end of each row he stood up after being bent double for hours, needing to stretch. How is he going to find where ...