Hotel Les Alizes
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... for a walk. In the car with Maddi in the seventh seat in
the boot this time it was off to Aigues Morte to walk the medieval walls around
the town. The 1640 metres of walls were built in two stages but were completely
enclosed between 1289 and 1300.
Part of the walls include “The Constance Tower” which is the last remains of the castle built by Louis IX reign in 1248 and gives you a great view over the town, to make it impregnable the walls ...
The sunny city of Nimes is often described as the Rome of southern France. It is a popular tourist destination. As well as being in a perfect location to act as a base for explorations of the Mediterranean coast and inland southern France, it also has plenty to recommend it in its own right. The city is home to the finest Roman remains ...
... we made our way off the platform under the tracks and up onto platform one and through another pedestrian tunnel to the main street (via Colombo). Not quite finding the meeting point we walked up the very steep street until we decided to recheck the instructions, gone too far, bugger. It was a very steep street that did not need our attention so we walked back down to the meeting point to be met by Anne our host and with a small walk and another 60 odd steps ...
... children to concentrate
on school work when the weather is getting up to 37 degrees or higher. We took Maddi with us and Corban and Tony got
the haircutting job done and Toni got her fringe trimmed – another job off the
Back to school for the kids for the afternoon and Toni and Tony to do some
packing and preparation. Quiet evening had at home, kids and Tony had a nice
cooling swim in the pool whilst Mum prepared the evening ...
... down the Gargoyles and out is mouth therefore
protecting the walls from the water running down it. The Notre dame is built in
a Gothic style pre roman style and it is said that is on the site of two
previous churches unlikely to have been big enough for followers or ego’s, it
was completed in 1163 therefore making it 852 years old. Making our way up the
tower and right up to the bell tower through a few small doors gave us another
great view ...