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... ll see in my pictures. The place was larger inside then it looked like on the outside (pic 2). See if you can find the one person in this picture. The arena is still in use for, among other things, bull fighting. That was kinda upsetting and I skipped that part of the audio guide. However, this did mean that we were free to climb all over everything. I made my way up to the very top, not as easy as it sounds since the “steps” were ...
... This remarkable feat of engineering and construction was built to carry water to the ancient city.
Though the Nimes arena is over 2000 years old, it is still in use as an entertainment venue. It is used for concerts and also, unfortunately, bullfighting. Though at least this is the French version of the Spanish ...
... throughout. Has left me feeling unsettled though with the ending. It's a sad ending but still the lessons of life and the universe come through. Everything happens for a reason even when it stinks and hurts like hell. I have Brene Brown's new book ready to go and think I am preparing myself for that and the personal challenges it will no doubt bring. I will start tomorrow. Salade for dinner I think. Got some Morcilla, finger radishes, lovely cherry tomatoes, lettuce, pomme de Terre ...
... Long Chicken and Corban
had a Magic Box with a cheeseburger no cheese a.k.a. hamburger (funny the names
were in English). We had a laugh trying to order, trying to say without this,
without that. Dad soon found out that MENU means ‘deal’ and got us all medium
deals. We did a pretty good job because we ended up getting everything we
wanted and nothing we didn’t want. That was a great success.
Saturday - Maddi and Mum made some fudge to ...
... A lovely town dating back to Roman times but had its heyday in 1200 and 1600. Mouliere resided here under the patronage of the Prince de Conti and there was an excellent show in the tourist office to explain about the life of Mouliere. Lots of craft and antique shops here and a Saturday market that is the only all day market in France. Fabulous vineyards in the area. April 29th-May 8th We have decided to give up on Roman history as the campsites are too ...