Ibis Styles Arles Palais Des Congrès
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... People like me have made comments and cracked jokes at other peoples expense, and in turn, have embedded it in these young girls heads that looks are so important and that people who don't look pretty, shouldn't be your friend. I have heard little European girls walk by someone on the street and say, "Oh my gosh she's so fat" about someone who wouldn't even be considered obese by the BMI; and make comments like, "this girl in my class is really ugly, no ...
... stopped by Nimes for an outside tour of the Roman Amphitheature as there was also summer concerts there.
Then we drove off to our final destination of this south of France trip: Cavanac near Carcassonne, some 2 hours drive away on highway, arriving before 8pm.
... enough to eat outside on the terrace. We were served a traditional southern French meal of stuffed tomatoes with meat and rice and enjoyed a delicious pastry for dessert. Then it was back to the bus for our journey to Uzes for the night. I think we all can agree that the south of France is beautiful and are glad we get to explore even more towns tomorrow! Au revoir! BTW - we typed this blog on the hotel computer with the French keyboard, so we apologize for any ...
... of the beautiful soaps.
Next stop La Baux, glad we weren't driving, so steep and narrow as the village is cut out of a cliff, just spectacular. The town is set up for tourists as every shop had souvenir items. Back to the ship for lunch.
Lunch every day is a smorgasboard arrangement in the dining room or you can have sandwiches in the sky ...
... Sunday. We were also to interview the purveyor and find out about them. Our city guide took us on a tour of Arles. We were provided with "whispers" FM headsets for the trip so that we could all hear the guides wherever we go. Arles has a long history going back to the Roman Empire. Those Romans were everywhere! The Roman and Romanesque monuments were listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1981. The city is most famous for Vincent Van Gogh who lived in Arles from ...