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Travel Blogs from Anduze
... the view points of the bridge.
After lunch we explored the area and walked to the highest point allowable
We returned to Nimes by bus, and prepared for dinner. Tonight we went to "Le Artiste" for dinner recommended by the hotel's Concierge Pascal.
As we were enjoying our meal we walked around the city as heard music coming from everywhere.
... the importance of its secondary function as a toll bridge. For centuries the local lords and bishops were responsible for its upkeep in exchange for the right to levy tolls on travellers using it to cross the river, although some of its stones were looted and serious damage was inflicted on it in the 17th century. It attracted increasing attention starting in the 18th century and became an important tourist destination. It underwent a ...
Day 16. Cliousclat to Pont St Espirit
49 miles & 327 mtrs climbed.
Fast start, once again the Mistral hurled us down the Rhone valley, covering the first 10 miles in 30 minutes. Became hopelessly lost in Montelimar, cycling a complete circle in a housing estate.
The Mistral was great until we had to cross the Rhone, when it made a great attempt to blow us over ...
So the day began with our first attraction 'The Arena', the most dramatic of the city's Roman ruins is the 1st century amphitheater. At 427 ft (130 m) by 328 ft (100 m) and with seating for 22,000, it is slightly smaller than ...
... height: 17.77777862548828px;">We had 1 1/2 hours to kill, so we walked into a bar and enjoyed a refreshing beer. At 2.45pm we caught our bus to Nimes and walked across to our accommodation "Adagio Access Nimes".