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After we left the main auto way we diverted along a river through twisty windy roads. It was certainly off the beaten track. We are on our way to Nimes to check out the Millau Viaduct and the Pont du Gard and of course the Roman Colosseum. However we had to make a stop at the Chateau Clement. Wow it knocks our socks off. The sun came out; been hazy …
... in remission. He is just the happiest and most adorable little boy – and trilingual too!
Tonight we enjoyed an amazing dinner of sausages with tomato-free ketchup, a green salad, a cucumber yogurt salad, and for me a glass of local white wine. The sausages are from a local rancher and the ketchup was an experiment for Nina as she is currently not eating nightshades. It came out with this marvelous color, didn’t quite taste like ketchup, and ...
... to some amazing music & then walked back to the ship & fell into bed. Prior to going out for tea the electrics went on the boat & we had no water, only minimal lighting as emergency generator had kicked in. When we got back to the ship after tea they had moved the ship alongside another one and we were then hooked up into their system so that we had power & water. They finally managed to get everything back on line by the ...
... over 6 hours and more than 50 euro in tolls!
Corri laughed when I packed a small tool kit, but for some reason our rear bumper managed to lose some retaining pins and started to flap - duck tape to the rescue!
Had forgotten that France really does shut down on Sundays, so struggled to find an open restaurant, supermarket or petrol station - but finally we're refuelled and ready to hit the South Coast ...
Travelers Tip #14: When staying in a French apartment in a building from the 1800's that you found on AirBnb, do NOT let your parents see the super creepy, Medieval-like stone stairwell that leads to your front door. And FYI, learned that wind is a thing in Provence. All year long it happens, and can last for a minute, or a week. So, I did 4 days in Antibes(French Riviera) right when I got in, and now I'm in Avignon (west Provence) for another 4 until heading to ...