Domaine du Colombier
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... before I finally got sucked under my canoe. We were both dragged along the river for about 50 metres desperately trying to find a footing to stop ourselves whilst trying to keep hold of the canoe, the paddles, our flip flops……It was a scary couple of minutes, but we then realised that we had no choice but to get back in the canoe and carry on as we had only probably paddled about 4km!!!!
We hauled ourselves back in and were amazed that ...
... 19th century but still leave much to the imagination after seeing artists views of its original state.
The size of this theatre is difficult to convey. The back wall is 105 metres long by 37metres high; the :wall is punctuated by arched openings, Corinthian columns, decorative friezes and high up its wall facing the audience is a commanding statue of Augustus; the head was removable so they could ...
... warm water. Next, the cheese board, a massive cheese board with a choice of five different cheeses where you just helped yourself to as much as you wanted. We knew if we could resist the open bottle of free French red wine now then we really had achieved something, the bottle stayed right where it was. We scoffed a meagre portion of healthy cheese and instead of turning down dessert thought bugger it and had a cremé caramel and a cassis vacherin. The meal had been a nice ...
... But we didn't know that & it would have caused a lot of stress driving up there not knowing whether there would be parks or not & the walk was good for us, or so I'm told. As soon as we entered to gates it really reminded me of Mont St Michel except that the streets weren't quite as narrow or nearly as steep. We walked around & then went into the Chateau & ramparts of the city. There we walked around the inside of the castle & climbed up to ...
... sophisticated as to be able to build a 30-mile long stone aqueduct with only 1-inch drop for every 350 feet of canal. For 400 years it supplied nine-million gallons of water per day to Nīmes.
From the museum we walked out and stood in awe as the massive aqueduct came into view. This sight captivated our attention and cameras. During our visit a rainstorm blew in forcing us and about 15 ...