Hotel de L'Amphitheatre
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... rental about 3:00 for a light snack after three hours of touring. We then walked the grounds and hillside forest area next to the property which provided a great view of the surrounding areas. We gathered some kindling for a fire in the fireplace of our rental. The old stone cottage is pretty cool in the evening and a fire in the living room feels great.
Tonight for dinner we had a little North Atlantic salmon with potatoes and vegetables. Quick and easy. Great first day in ...
... yourself are banged away at. All the walls of strength and confidence get beat at with a million little hammers. It makes one evaluate who they are and what they are capable of. I know that, were I a slightly different personality, I might not have had the rough time I have. I also know that I will appreciate the person I become as a result of this all the more.
I know that the next thirty days will bring all sorts of new challenges. ...
... long uphill path to the Tour Magne, meaning 'great tower', and it was set in a lush park overlooking the city. I made the walk up the spiral staircase to get some good pictures of Nimes from the top of the tower. I kept walking through the park, and ended up at the Jardins de la Fontaine...which was one of the most beautiful places I've seen in Europe. As I walked down the stairs to enter the gardens, I felt like I was walking into ancient Rome. There was marble ...
... the freeway and head for Nimes. On the way we stop at Pont du Gard, an ancient Roman Aqueduct that's remarkably well preserved given it was built around 50AD.
We are staying in an apartment Sam found on AirBnB. It's really nice to feel like I'm in a home after being away for a month. Callum and I walk down to the Supermarket to get some supplies for dinner but have to take a detour on our way home as the Park we are living next to has closed it's doors for the night. ...
... it was quite refreshing. There are ceremonial rooms, cloisters, chapels, as well as the private rooms of the Popes with the stone spiral staircases that enabled the Pope to move around easily. We had audio guides that did a great job of explaining the history of each of the rooms (useful tip from someone on Trip Adviser). After the Palace, we headed down to the Pont D'Avignon. The bridge spans the Rhône River ...