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... and there a a few maniacs! The thing is we just couldn't find a park any where and it was extremely frustrating for us so we reset the GPS and found our accomodation for the night which was about 4 kilometers from Arles.
That was fine but when we began approaching we started to realize it was some sort of run down resort. It cost us 74â‚¬ for the night which was good but we needed to ...
... for the big crowds but as we had got in at the
beginning of the day we were the crowd so like 99% of the entering crowd we
made our way to the Mona Lisa ("La Joconde" in French) expecting not to get too
close. Entering the Denon wing was the first time we had to produce our tickets
which means you can get into the whole musee but can’t get to the exhibitions
which are off in a spider web of hallways without producing a ticket (if you
wanted to ...
SPAIN. Our first night in Spain after driving over more Mountains and carefully manouvering around more tight bends we spent the night at the side of a motorway about an hour away from the town of Blaine which is just west of Barcelona. We spent the evening watching an impressive lightening storm. I was counting the strikes but lost track after 50+ and they still kept going continuously for a long time. We set off early the following morning and arrived at a resort called Camping ...
... in 1914 – 18 and 1939-45!
We decided we needed to make up some time, so it was onto
the auto route for 50 kms and Euro 4.50 later to get to Aix en Provence, where
fountains in the centre of town are fed by thermal springs and have moss etc
growing all over them.
Some narrow D roads saw us at Aquaduc de Roquefavour and
then we plotted the fastest non toll road way to Arles to meet the owner of ...
... came Rusty and, boy, she did.
I will, instead, have to be satisfied continuing to sing French songs with Ann during happy hour (two-for-one, so you walk away from the bar with 2 drinks in your hand which does not bode well for not singing in the lounge at the piano some night). We know all the words to "Alouette," "Freres Jacques," and "Sur Le Pont, d'Avignon," and poor Jerry is in big trouble because ...