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After a very enjoyable breakfast at the hotel we drove into Arles which is about 3 km away. This town is very old and dates back to the 4th century. There is quite a few Roman structures still standing. The amphitheatre is 1,600 years old. Walked 15 minutes of the Santiago De Compostela and cant believe they walk through here all the way to Spain. Arrived at a beautiful church Saint Trophime where mass had ...
Today we left the wealth behind and travelled to Aix en Provence. We had all the plans to be there early to visit the markets that they have on Saturdays. We were unlucky to strike traffic and then a queue at the tolls. We got into Aix en Provence and found parking at the train station. We walked to the market place but we were busting to go to the toilet. Can't help Mother Nature.!! We ...
... the view points of the bridge.
After lunch we explored the area and walked to the highest point allowable
We returned to Nimes by bus, and prepared for dinner. Tonight we went to "Le Artiste" for dinner recommended by the hotel's Concierge Pascal.
As we were enjoying our meal we walked around the city as heard music coming from everywhere.
... best preserved Roman Temple. Built by Marcus Agrippa and built in 16 BC.
We had lunch by a near by cafe and I had made myself a baguette with proscuitto, whilst the others had a salad
... Peter, Andrew and I explored the old city and market.
Apt was at one time the chief town of the Vulgientes, a Gallic tribe; it was destroyed by the Romans about 125 BC and restored by Julius Caesar, who ...