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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... to the citizens of Nīmes for five centuries. I’ll give you the stats, but even to an engineer, numbers really can’t do this colossal structure justice. Built in classical times, the soaring arches of the Pont du Gard span 360 meters long and 50 meters high with 3 levels.
After the whirlwind tour of the Pont du Gard we drove to the Domaine de Gressac, where my cousin Laurence lives with her family. Laurence is Jack and ...
... without the chip in our credit cards, we can't. We just make it to gas station before it closes! We visit a sleepy town up on a hill called Barroux which has a Roman castle. Mark loves exploring all the rooms and learning how they had spaces above doorways to drop rocks or hot oil on enemies as they crossed through. After we have a delightful lunch of salad and quiche another centuries old building housing a cafe and perfumeria. I was in heaven! We learn the ...
... daily cakes. It was no problem, when we came out the patisserie we saw a fish spa for feet. We decided to try it. It was 15 minutes for €10 each. First she washed our feet then we put our feet in a small fish tank, a separate tank each, it felt very strange sort of ticklish. After 10 minutes we took our feet out and she rehashed them. We had to rush back to the bus so we wouldn't be let. A well spent 30 minutes. The ...
... br> We found ourselves driving down these tiny little French country laneways with fields on either side until we came across our accommodation, Domaine de Rhodes.
We were met by the owners who then showed us to our room. I can't even begin to describe this place. It's a 17th century hunting lodge on several acres of land. The whole place is just incredible with various rooms and chambers everywhere.
To get to our room we need to ...
... stone, splatter the surrounding countryside with open fields, thousands of purple lavender bushes, and stick a stone version of the castle that you see at the beginning of every Disney movie at the top of the hill in the center of the village, and that's Grignan for you. Coming from the United States where there are rarely buildings older than 200 years anywhere, it was pretty cool staying in a house ...