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... for six French popes over 70 years in the 14th century. There are actually two large palaces or chateaus next to each other with different architectures. Touring the Palais took about ninety minutes after which we left and toured the Pont D'Avignon also known as the bridge of St Benezet. A 13th century bridge that crosses the Rhone River. Although for the last 700 years, the bridge only goes halfway across the river. What happened to the rest remains a mystery.
We returned ...
... our heavy loaded bikes down the 4ft drop to Kory and we haul them across the grassy field. Within moments of entering the field we are instantly swarmed with 1000s of mosquitoes. I use 1000s lightly. It didn't take long for us to drop our bikes and layer up on clothing. Figuring they wouldn't be able to access our skin if we wore our windbreaker jackets and Goretex waterproof pants. WRONG. The bugs were still able to weasel their way ...
... it would be a tad colder back home and no one trying to get on the flight with a pint of lager. We arrived in Marseille, got off the plane, walked through the airport and straight out of the other side into the car park. No customs, security, passport control or anything. I made a mental note to use this route if I ever became a drug smuggler. Okay, we'd driven from Spain to France without having to show our passports or even stop, but at least there were a few army ...
... floors. Absolutely stunning.
Arles supported Caesar in the 4 year civil war with Pompey and was rewarded by Caesar with trade preferences and many of his legions given land. Virtually all trade between Gaul (France) was conducted through Arles. No wonder it was known as the "Little Rome of Gaul"
We had planned on a quiet day ahead of Ches's birthday trip to the Camargue and Aigue-Mortes tomorrow but it hadn't turned out that way.
... up for poor performance, and he's certainly not going to be sacked. He essentially has a job for life.
For benefits, all French workers (except those who are self-employed) receive five weeks' holiday (mandatory) per year. Most employees work 35 hours a week, and those who have to work more receive an extra ten days of paid holiday time. Anne-Sophie, being self-employed, can work as many hours as she wants and take as much holiday time as she ...