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... of course, boulangeries, bars and bistros.
We have visited our local super-marche for supplies, where we were amazed by the variety of goods available. We're expecting high prices but to our surprise, the prices are reasonable, but beer and wine is significantly cheaper.
We are keen to start exploring the local area but it is very hot, 37 degrees yesterday, so we ...
... into aqueduct. On the other side we took a set of stairs to the top of the structure which stands approximately 50 meters above the river. Standing under this structure really led me to wonder how it was possible to engineer and build something so massive and complex. Many of my questions were answered in the museum nearby. There were several exhibits, a short movie as well as narrations to help ...
On arrival at our campsite which I had chosen because it said you could walk to the Pont de Gard a few minutes away the Frenchman told me if we came back at 9am in the morning he would show us a secret pathway to see the mighty bridge so we didn't have to pay. So I agreed and we rode our bikes for a look around and found out there was to be a big concert that night by the Pont du Gard. We decided to give it a go and sometimes you ...
... months. What we saw was focussed on the work of Austrian artist Gustav Klimt, as well as some others including Hundertwasser (think back to Vienna). You could walk around the huge caves checking out the show from different vantage points, or just sit and watch as the lights and images danced around you in time to the music. It was an odd but very unique and spectacular experience.
There was plenty to keep us busy in Nimes itself outside of the feria activities ...
PONT DU GARD, JUNE 3
This afternoon we took a 30 minute ride to see an ancient Roman aqueduct. The Romans occupied this whole area in the first century AD. There was a small town here called Nemasus but it had very little water supple. When the Romans came they needed much more water. So they found a spring in the mountains and they built an aqueduct 31 miles to Nemasus (now Neims) to bring water to this town. This aqueduct brought ...