Hotel Les 3 Barbus
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... too angry. Actually, the lack of care that the city took for the site was upsetting. There was trash everywhere! I couldn’t take a picture of the right side of the building cuz it was so bad. It tarnished my view of not just the sight but the city too. I started noticing how dirty the entire city was. It just doesn’t have a nice feel to it.
Anyway, my final visit was to the Fine Arts Museum. I won’t assault you with ...
... 163;1.50! (Not the cause of Phil's migraine) As I walked back I saw a hairdressers and thought, well got to have my hair cut or be a real hippy. So went in forgetting they use a 24 hour clock here and got a bit muddled about the time, but got there in the end 14.30. So fingers crossed I can make them understand and not come out completely scalped. Returned to find Phil still in bed asleep, so wrote a few postcards and took Tess to the Park, but it was a bit too ...
... much time for sunbathing! There are a plethora of interesting historic cities, towns and villages to explore, as well as the beautiful countryside of the Languedoc and Provence and, of course, the frenetic Mediterranean coast with its chic and stylish resorts crammed full of holiday makers.
If you are coming to the ...
The temperature today was 7c from 8.00 am to 2.00 pm. It nudged 8c at 2.00 pm and hit the high of 9c at 5.00. Most of the time it felt like 4c (that's from the weather bureau's website). At 5.00, just as it peaked at 9c, Le Mistral blew in and Ches was almost blown off her feet coming out of the "fruit and legume" shop in town. That's the wind that blows the ears off of donkeys. The wind that the 17th-century Madame de ...
... an aqueduct bridge. Built in the 1st century AD, the Pont du Gard is the highest of all Roman aqueduct bridges and is, with the Aqueduct of Segovia, one of the best preserved. It was added to UNESCO's list of World Heritage Sites in 1985 because of its historical importance.The bridge has three tiers of arches, standing 48.8 m (160 ft) high. The whole aqueduct descends in height by only 17 m (56 ft) over its entire length, while the bridge descends by a mere 2.5 cm ...