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... ended up at the marina where we had tapas the day before. As the day is very warm we decide to stop for a coffee en-route and Tess had an ice cream tub of water. We enjoyed an alfresco lunch of the usual(no wine) and a little ride around on the bike, I had forgotten how far you can get on a bike in a few minutes. Much later we decide to catch the last of the sun and walk to the ends of the marinas and as you can see, were treated to a lovely ...
Phil took Tess for an early morning walk only to find market stalls all the way alongside the canal where we enjoyed our walk in the sunshine yesterday when we were in town and there were about 50 transit vans but he only brought back bread though. Last night was quieter, we could only hear the lions a couple of times and this morning they're packing up to leave. The camels, lamas and horses are at the side of the road grazing (no lions). ...
... been debating with myself whether to take one of my treasured wall prints home. It is photos of Montmartre, Paris in 1900. I adore it. But of course there is a story with it. I first bought the poster July 2010 in a Montmartre gallery on the trip which saw me buy this place in Pezenas. I carried it home to Brisbane. 3 months later when we returned for property settlement (a very formal affair in France where you meet with the sellers and the town ...
Then we went to Saint-Thibery and visited Mounlin du Concasseur which is a Roman Bridge. "This bridge dates back to Cesar Augustus ( 30 BC) and mill dates back to 14th century. You can picture roman legions crossing bridge on way to Spain and farmers using mill to process crops" From Trip Advisor.
We then went home for lunch we were all very tired. We had a relaxed afternoon, early tea and early to bed.
... animal bones and tools on display that had been excavated from the cave floor's many archaeological layers. The Cave Bear, the largest European bear, was of particular interest to me. The build of its body was similar to the grizzly but is not ancestor to the grizzly or brown bear we know today. They hibernated in limestone caves and were plant eaters. This species evolved in Europe during the Pleistocene but then became extinct about 27,000 years ago. ...