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... favourite shop called Metropolitan.
On the way back to the car we stood in the fountain in the middle of the square it was so good.
Then I was really sad because I wanted to swim at the beach but there were no car parks anywhere so we had to go home as it was tea time and we needed an early night to go for our last dark bike ride in the morning. I was so tired I went straight to sleep
Today we are up at 0545 for getting ready for our journey to Monaco, there are three coaches making the journey and we expect to take 3 - 4 hours depending on traffic. We are going to The Fairmont hotel which is located on the Mirabeau bend on the F1 circuit. After arriving at the Fairmont our rooms weren't quite ready so we went out into Monaco to have a look around and get some lunch. We got back to the hotel ...
... when we arrived at the summit we were greeted with two beautiful sites - a sensational view of Dentelles de Montmirail, and the Domaine de Coyeux was open!! We tasted wine and left with a few bottles from our trip to Cotes du Rhone. After an attempt to see the St. Benezet bridge (the bridge that inspired the song, "sur la Pont d'Avignon) that was thwarted by a huge festival inside the walled city, we headed back to Arles. What a great way to end our time in ...
... arena was a neighbourhood unto itself and housed more than 200 families. After several hours spent exploring the city, we bought a few groceries and made our way back to our flat. We made a lovely meal of garlic-tomato pasta, balsamic lentils with goats milk brie and a salad of field greens. This meal was shared at first by the setting sun and then by candle light. The following day was spent outside of Arles. Just south of the city is Camargue National Park, a large ...
... then hopped it back to the arena. We were surprised once we got in how small it seemed to be - we couldn't see how 200 houses could ever have fit in there. Our time was running out so it was a hurried trip back to the meeting point via a sandwich shop.
We munched on our baguettes on the way to the town of Orange. Here we were given time to inspect the well preserved roman theatre where they still hold concerts today. Following the audio tour, we climbed to the ...