Hotel le Saint Genies
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... a mountain storm rolled in (we later laughed at what we though had happened) - this storm was extremely windy, brought a lot of rain (a lot of rain), thunder and lighting and caused a lot of stir, again remember ************e speaks English so we were making our own assumptions! Jon though these people were not used to storms as the camp staff were running around frantic, when he saw families drenched with children in ...
... another fantasmagorical place built in 1532 around a keep that had been built in the 12th century! The chateaux is surrounded by a moat, but it is the "back garden" which simply takes your breath away!
The gardens combine the gothic tradition of floral gardens with vegetable gardens laid out formally as was done in monasteries with Italian artistic gardens, and the result is stunning ....(did you see Monty Don getting excited about them in ...
... life jackets and a map of the river showing the danger points and which way to navigate them, unfortunately the map was made of paper and the first Shute we went down it became paper mâché. These shutes were ways of getting down the weirs, they were like water slides for canoes, managed to to do all 4 shutes during the trip without any problems but we did see many people capsize. We then came across our first of many white water rapids, Andy sat behind ...
... Du Gard for picnic lunch.
It was very hot and we enjoyed a shaded picnic on a canope along the river below Pont Du Gard on the right bank. The aquaduct was very special as it has 3 levels and carried water in Roman days to cities of Nimes, Orange etc.
... of Arles, the wind was blowing, autumn leaves were falling – it was a great time of year to be in such a majestic city. Although cold, the trees were so beautiful, the crowds non-existent and the locals out and about. After managing to get a fantastic parking spot right next to the ramparts, we walked to the amphitheatre where the Romans used to hold their bull fights and gladiator contests. We climbed to the top row ...