Hotel le Saint Genies
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... watching, and relaxing. Next up? A long bus ride to Nimes, France. There was a mandatory driver stop and there was a Paul's Bakery and this brought back memories of City Mall in Amman. Got to Nimes, unloaded, and then walked to dinner. After dinner we went to see the Roman ruins of the Arena and the old city. It was a wonderful evening with a slight breeze and beautiful buildings. Temps today: hot Steps walked: 4709 with a 3 bus ...
... castle was not too windy, or too noisy. The third castle was just right.
The group of people went back again. This time, the first castle was too sunny. It was really too hot out there. The second castle was closed. There was nothing they could do about that. The third castle was not too hot, and was open. The third castle had a lot of places they could explore. The third castle was just ...
... the castle, we saw many interesting things, but one of my favorites were the graffiti marks made by Catalonian prisoners in the dungeon.
Today we went kayaking in the river near point du gard. The kayaking was really fun and relaxing because it was nice and cool on the river. While we were kayaking in the river, we saw many interesting sights along the edge of the river. One ...
... 8217; from me and a sigh of relief from Paul but the next set was a bit more tricky. When we arrived another canoe had got themselves wedged between two big boulders and we had nowhere to go except straight into them. We ended up at a 45 degree angle against one of the boulders and the other canoeist who kindly tried to ‘right’ us tipped us straight out. The canoe tipped upside down and my head was wedged between the two canoes as we all headed down ...
Our eight day sojourn in Provence comprised four days in Uzes, situated east of the Rhone River, and then four in Isle sur la Sorgue, west of the Rhone.
Our apartment, in the historic centre of Uzes, is in a 16th century building. It is a step back in time as we unlock the mullion door on Place Austerlitz, walk through a stone tunnel to an iron gate. An old iron key unlocks the gate before we climb the ...