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... eaten in the courtyard in front of the elephant which was a replica of the one the French had sent the King. The moat had several different variations but was eventually filled in after they worked out that putting human waste, carcasses and whatever else (even a polar bear lived in there at some stage) was not conducive to good health. Leaving the Tower we went across to Tower Bridge and completed the Bridge experience which was about the history of the bridge. This ...
... about Corban
and start filling out forms in case we need to take him to hospital. As it was
the last game which by this time he had ended Corban was chucked on Tony’s
shoulder and taken to the car. Good rugby day out with a good showing by CK. No
lasting injuries that couldn’t be resolved with a bit of Pamol, Ice and TLC.
Great support from Maddi, Toni and Tony. A short black coffee is always
available at rugby which is ...
... to Arles for the walking tour. Van Gogh came to Arles in 1888 for his health and for the French Southern light that was loved by artists. (Unfortunately the weather wasn't giving us an opportunity to enjoy this light.) Van Gogh dreamed of starting an Artists Colony here. The only artist he eventually convinced to come was Gauguin. (Van Gogh's brother Theo also financed Gauguin's stay.) First Van Gogh stayed at a run down house then ...
... town or, not having researched this spot at all in advance, we were simply in the wrong spot. We never left the car and instead decided to head "home" to Avignon for some dinner and a good night's rest in order to be ready to tackle a busier day tomorrow to include Aix-en-Provence, Marseilles and the Calanques de Cassis. Tomorrow is our last day in the western part of Provence and we plan to make it count! We love and miss you all, ...
... to bring water from the hills to the north. Where this crossed the River Gard between Uzes and Remoulins, the spectacular Pont du Gard was built. This is 20 kilometres (12 miles) north east of the city.
The terminus of the great aqueduct (Pont du Gard cistern (castellum divisorium))
It is estimated that the aqueduct (see previous entry Pont de Gard) supplied the city with around 200,000,000 litres (44,000,000 imp gal) of water a day ...