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... watching, and relaxing. Next up? A long bus ride to Nimes, France. There was a mandatory driver stop and there was a Paul's Bakery and this brought back memories of City Mall in Amman. Got to Nimes, unloaded, and then walked to dinner. After dinner we went to see the Roman ruins of the Arena and the old city. It was a wonderful evening with a slight breeze and beautiful buildings. Temps today: hot Steps walked: 4709 with a 3 bus ...
... concerned as we had not yet see ‘the cathedral’, whatever that might be! We paddled harder and were tiring quick so decided to stop anyway and eat our river soaked picnic…..mmmmm!!! Having asked the time we found out that it was 1pm, so after only a 10 minute stopped we carried on with a very heavy heart knowing that we hadn’t yet reached the half way point. We had about 10 sets of rapids in all to negotiate and breathed a sigh of relief every ...
Lean small town en route to Arles. Clive wasn't up to much today so we decide to head off getting closer to Arles where we want to pitch up for a few days. We decide that it would be a good idea for me to chase Elvis on my bike as I need to put in some miles. Clive does the food shopping and passes me 15 miles up the ...
... that city of the famous bridge in the nursery rhyme (and nowadays what's left of it doesn't go all the way over the river Rhône ) and the enormous Papal Palace from the time when the Popes set up their headquarters there in the 14th century.
Another day we went to see the aqueduct left behind by the Romans, crossing the Gardon river nearby. This was an amazing structure built more than 2000 years ago ...
... fighting. It is also on the mighty Rhone river and parts of the old wall still exist today that protected them centuries ago. As it was a larger city there was a lot of walking and discovery to do, with lots of open squares and great little lanes. We were lucky to stay close to the middle of town at Hotel Jules Cesar. We were even luckier to be upgraded to a suite. Annie had reviews of a great restaurant, but we were a bit early. ...