Hotel du Parc
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... favourite shop called Metropolitan.
On the way back to the car we stood in the fountain in the middle of the square it was so good.
Then I was really sad because I wanted to swim at the beach but there were no car parks anywhere so we had to go home as it was tea time and we needed an early night to go for our last dark bike ride in the morning. I was so tired I went straight to sleep
... the Romans were able to complete this project which delivered water a distance of over 50 kms to the city of Nimes. Much of the water was used to supply the many very large public baths popular at the time. Back in Nimes we had just enough time to catch the train to the beach. Quite the deal! Only two Euros each for the one hour trip. The town was much larger than I expected and reminded me of Seaside, ...
... We decided to head to a place just
outside Avignon which is where the Musee de la Lavande was situated. The fields
of lavender are a little further north of which we have seen on our recent
rugby trips but are also likely to see on our later part of our French trip mid
to late July. For all those well informed gardeners I’m sure you will be able
to tell me all about how many main types of lavender there are!!! Before you
get the answer ...
Chocolate Chip Viennoises over the Seine. The pre-purchased tickets from the
day before allowed us to hop into the priority queue which was brilliant as we
lined up behind approximately 40 people instead of the line that needed to
purchase tickets which was about 300 people. Before entering the Louvre we rang
Tom and Rosemary quickly to make sure that they were OK as Tawa was under
flood, all seemed fine. Entering the Louvre
stalactites of different heights, colours and shapes with some being
illuminated. Some of the shapes looked like witches and musical organs but most
impressive was the "Mother-Child" nature-made
sculpture which is a stalagmite which is naturally formed pillar looking like a
Madonna and baby sculpture. After spending 90 minutes in the cave we exited by
the stairs for a 6 minute walk to be once again welcomed by the extremely large
brown bear which was ...