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What a Provincial life! Despite the fact that we missed both lavender and sunflower season, Provence was still an amazing region to explore! There were so many interesting sites to check out, whether Roman, Medieval, or modern.
After a 3 hour bus ride, we arrived in the historic town of Avignon to visit the Papal Palace (Palais des Papes …
... most amazing thing I have ever heard come out of a child's mouth. "But... Why?.. I mean.. Why wouldn't people be her friend just because she wasn't pretty? It doesn't mean she isn't a good person, they shouldn't not be her friend just because she didn't look nice". What a breath of fresh air. A nine year old went against what all the other girls were saying and laughing at, because she really felt and knew in her heart that it was wrong, and she wanted ...
... Du Gard for picnic lunch.
It was very hot and we enjoyed a shaded picnic on a canope along the river below Pont Du Gard on the right bank. The aquaduct was very special as it has 3 levels and carried water in Roman days to cities of Nimes, Orange etc.
- Fanta is available everywhere and is his new favourite treat.
- second favourite is convincing his Mum and Dad to go for an evening walk and try some of that artisanal ice cream.
- the sewer system here needs fixing or else someone is peeing on almost every stairwell in town and it really smells!
-the Romans built really cool ...
... Roman port city. On Sunday we hope to visit the aqueduct near here: Pont du Gard. Along this watercourse they built an amazing series of water wheels and flour mills set into the slope(the museum had a model of this also). Final stop of the day was the Cryptoportique. This is a huge underground dark, damp U-shaped gallery of Roman arches. It was once at street level and formed part of the Forum (which itself must have been bigger than several football fields). Thanks ...