Hotel Les Rizieres
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... too angry. Actually, the lack of care that the city took for the site was upsetting. There was trash everywhere! I couldn’t take a picture of the right side of the building cuz it was so bad. It tarnished my view of not just the sight but the city too. I started noticing how dirty the entire city was. It just doesn’t have a nice feel to it.
Anyway, my final visit was to the Fine Arts Museum. I won’t assault you with ...
... This remarkable feat of engineering and construction was built to carry water to the ancient city.
Though the Nimes arena is over 2000 years old, it is still in use as an entertainment venue. It is used for concerts and also, unfortunately, bullfighting. Though at least this is the French version of the Spanish ...
... Kory runs over waving his hands at the man trying to get him to stop and maybe take us across?! The captain yells something at us in French as he putts off to the other side of the water again, leaving us in the dust! All either of us understand from his passionate yelling was the MERCI at the end of his rant. This upset Kory a great deal and left him....annoyed.....annnnnd at the point of steaming. I suggest we hit the road. We get on our bikes and ...
Yesterday morning I left early to get Jess' passport to her in Montpellier. I was initially a bit worried about fuel, I'd only used a quarter of the tank as I left, but I was conscious that it was a Sunday and nothing would be open - and it was too early in the morning for anything to be open even if it did open Sundays. I figured that by the time things opened around 9:15, if they did, I'd be in the country where there are no petrol stations. At one point my GPS, which ...
I took a side trip to Arles today. This trip as a whole is opening my eyes to just how large the Roman Empire was - I didn't realize how many Roman ruins are in France today. Arles is home to a roman amphitheater and we got to go inside! They still use it today for bull fights and concerts. Built in 90 AD- it holds 20,000 ...