Hotel des Tuileries
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... about every French city is that there are always so many places you can stop and get a bite to eat or something to drink, grab a seat outside the restaurant and watch people passing by, tourists, locals, students, we’re all living a different life and have the chance to encounter one another in different stages of our lives. It’s pretty neat to think about.
K, I think that’s all I want to say about Montpellier.
Onto the next city, Marseille. ...
... and as we watched we realized they were pecking off the sandstone and eating it. How strange. i find it still troubles me several weeks later and we are at home. I shoot off a letter of concern to the Mairie (mayor) of Orange voicing my concern.
After strolling around in the crisp clean fresh morning it was time for the now habitual caffč and a buttery light croissant at a small local bar/restaurant and then continue our walk to see the ...
... feat, this huge aqueduct has 3 tiers with 35 arches and is 50 metres high and 275 metres long. We walked along it marvelling at its sheer size and puzzling over how on earth they managed to manoeuvre the huge blocks of stone used to build it.
Another great day we ventured into Provence to a quaint little village called Les Baux de Provence, sitting on a rocky hilltop. We walked around the cute little streets to the top of the town where you can climb ...
... a performance of Méhul's opera, Joseph. In the latter part of the century, all the major players of the French classical stage appeared in the Orange festivals, including Sarah Bernhardt who played "Phčdre" in 1903.
Nothing remains of certain monuments, the existence of which is known from inscriptions or architectural fragments found in the course of excavations. It is known that the town had a civil basilica, a curia, a gymnasium and ...
... the ones that accept cash and we are relaxed enough to have music playing to make the time go faster. We stopped briefly for a pit stop and petrol and finally arrived at our destination of Carcassonne at about 10:50pm. With no parking at the hotel we are lucky there is a public car park across the road under the central park at only 7 euros per day - perfect! As my adrenalin levels drop and we munch on a late night service station sandwich I can hear a pillow calling my ...