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... then it would be Uzes. A one-way boulevard encircles the old town. The cobblestoned laneways lead into pretty treed plazas with central fountains. The stone houses have tall narrow windows shielded by wooden shutters, and iron balustrades with colourful flowerpots.
We walked the historic town tour.
[Note: Spotted 5 hairdressers in the first 5 minutes of historic walk. Conclusion: the French women care ...
... we are.
Week 9: "Pioneering Missions". The speaker, Joe Portale, is one of the founders of YWAM and has been a missionary for about 45 years. He has some truly incredibly stories and is one of the most humble and God loving men I have ever had the pleasure of knowing. Needless to say, this week is such an awesome week for me as my heart is totally all for missions!
Week 10: "Evangelism". The title speaks for itself. =)
... was another young student city, as there is a pretty big university there. I ate the best crepe with Nutella and a banana that I have ever had during my time here in France so far. I am sad that I will be stuck comparing all crepes to this big yummy, good priced crepe from now on….I haven’t actually had a crepe in Rochefort yet. Perhaps I should start taste testing ;)
The first day we checked into our “hostel,” fetched ...
... town, Uzes, is also about 10 minutes away but it is a bustling, lively centre that has twice weekly markets and the flea market. We've been to the market every Wednesday and Saturday since we arrived; as the season has changed to spring, there are ore and more stall holders and some of the shops, which had been closed, have opened. The centre of the town is beautiful and is lined with trees. It is the beginning of spring in France and ...
... top of the lowest level of arches. It's a wondeful place to spend hours recreating, which I did!
The closeup view of the arch stones with the chap standing beneath them is one that I took specifically to illustrate how large the arch stones are. They really are almost as large as he is tall!
One thing I noticed when I looked closely at the stones was something that I didn't actually see, ...