Hotel La Tramontane
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... will be tested and I don’t know how I’m always going to react. What I do know is that I keep fighting my way back and the person I’ll be at the end of this will be better, stronger, and smarter.
Okay, enough of the whole self-reflective stuff. Today I saw one of the best preserved Colosseums in the world (pic 1)!! It was fantastic!! They offered a free audio guide which, though really long, was a wealth of ...
... the bulls are not actually killed. Still, it is amazing to think that this venue has been used to entertain so many people over such a long, long period of time.
Aside from the Roman remains, Nimes also has a number of interesting architectural buildings of different time periods and the old town is pleasantly ...
... you cannot see a spare inch of space for the sheer numbers of them on the wetlands), there were still quite a reasonable amount of them. There was also a surprisingly good variety of other wetland birds around including varieties of herons, egrets, a couple of storks and various others unknown to me. I bought a bird book of all the birds of the wetlands and can do some more reading and research with the photos I have taken. I also became quite excited when I learned ...
... pulled up into the car park and the occupants took some photos of the view and hung out for a while using binoculars to look at the view. I don't want to get into a conversation about how "you're not supposed to camp here" or something if they spoke English and asked why I was here, so I ignored them and they ignored me. A car pulled up on the other side of the tree line and parked for a while, I couldn't see what they were doing but it sounded like they using a ...
... back on. We had no time to spot any of the special jerseys, let alone get pictures of them. And just like that, it was over and all the spectators started dispersing. It was a bit anti-climactic because it had all happened so quickly but still quite exciting to see them zip by. We walked back to camp after that and caught the end of that day’s stage on the television in the common room. The riders were averaging about 45 km/hr that day so they must ...