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Bright start to the morning after a good night's sleep. A light breakfast and then off to explore Arles. It's a fairly large town. It has a Bull Ring, an Roman amphitheatre and it gave van Gogh a home to paint his Sunflowers. He shared his flat with his mate, Gaugin before they fell out and Goghy went short sighted! ( he cut his ear off and so his specs wouldn't stay on - boom boom) We didn't ...
Lovely morning! Got up in a leisurely way and walked into St Remy to the market. It was not like the one at Les Salles. It was huge! Cheese, fruit, food and drink stalls all looked fantastic. Then you realise that nearly everyone shopping is a tourist and it is all tourist prices. I don't mind paying a bit over the odds for a good saucisson or a smelly cheese but I think they are taking the pee a bit here. As we were walking, we didn't have the sat nav and got lost. I've forgotten ...
Drove into Nice the next morning but the traffic was so busy that we decided to just keep driving. We'd seen the seafront all lit up the night before which was much nicer then all of the traffic and tourists that were around during the day. To avoid tolls we drove down the coastal road. We arrived in Cannes and were lucky enough to get a park near the water when someone pulled out just in front of us. It was so hard ...
Jerry and I spent hot day #2 biking around the ancient walled city of Arles, saying " pardon-moi" and "merci" a lot as we navigated the narrow streets filled with tourists visiting the many charming shops and lovely cafes.
Part of Rome's Gallic Empire in the centuries B.C., Arles looks more Roman than French, with an ancient coliseum in its center and an amphitheater with 26,000 seats that is holding a ...
... We took it really slow today, relaxing with a glass of wine on a balcony after lunch (better view from up there), and walking a very cute street market where people were selling their soaps, jewelry and specialty foods. The streets were all draped in Christmas lights, and Bradley and I even rode a merry-go-round (he's such a good sport)! We grabbed a beer at an Irish pub that played American music in France (identity crisis?) then called it an early night. Tomorrow, we ...