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... 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.
So the day began with our first attraction 'The Arena', the most dramatic of the city's Roman ruins is the 1st century amphitheater. At 427 ft (130 m) by 328 ft (100 m) and with seating for 22,000, it is slightly smaller than ...
... a main nada desert. There's always at least 5 things to chose from. I chose something I thought was salad with cheese and pistachios as my entree, what I got was salad with some type of little octopus......it was excellent. The octopus was tender and seasoned perfectly. I thought I was choosing steak and frites as my main.....but I got a fish steak. It was similar in texture to tuna but had a smokey flavour, again very good. Desert was citron ...
... height: 17.77777862548828px;">We had 1 1/2 hours to kill, so we walked into a bar and enjoyed a refreshing beer. At 2.45pm we caught our bus to Nimes and walked across to our accommodation "Adagio Access Nimes".
After driving through all the open air and splendour of Provence, we headed into Montpelier.
It's another very busy city. The major difference I noticed here however, is that this city is a bit unkept and not well cared for like other cities we've visited. We stayed in Le Strousberg, a tiny but cheap and clean hotel. Montpelier may be congested but it has an awesome tram system called TAM, to get around the ...