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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... the biggest (7.56 x 5.90 m) cadastral Roman maps ever recovered, etched on marble. They cover the area between Orange, Nīmes and Montélimar
The Théātre antique d'Orange ("Ancient Theatre of Orange") is an ancient Roman theatre, in Orange, southern France, built early in the 1st century AD. ...
... 8217;s greatest attraction as she was forced (and refused) but eventually walked over the glass floor which is based between the two towers. Leaving the Bridge we wandered along the Thames until we reached a bus stop, from the bus stop we caught the Red route around and over the Tower Bridge to Shakespeares Globe. We got the 4pm tour and went around the globe which was a replica built on the same site after the other burnt down during a production where they fired ...
... br> who were aware of who Corban was so hearing French parents calling out Corban’s
name was pretty cool. Corban played well even though they had to sit around in
between games in the freezing cold. In the last game Corban came off with a
twisted knee and boy do they jump straight to a caring family. The
support/approved parents who are allowed near the games (not normal people like
us) look after the kids like they are their own. They ...
... the years, originally built to honor the grandsons of Emperor Augustus. I liked it very much, amazing piece of architecture, although I didn't go inside, I understood that there isn't much inside. I then decided to walk around the pedestrian center of town for a bit- it is very nice and clean, no cobblestones but smooth stone sidewalks, lots of shops and cafes, cute houses, an interesting fountain with a crocodile sculpture, old clock tower, and many more things which I ...
We walked down to the procession at Lourdes last night for what was a very atmospheric event.
The procession began at 9 pm and wound its way up and down a long walk way until the pilgrims arrived back in front of the 2 churches that sit above the grotto. There were lots and lots of candles being held. A mass of some kind was held in several languages and there was singing . The old town up on a ...