Ibis Orange Sud
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... way back up the other side to the top again, drove along the top and then zigzagged our way back down again, drove along the bottom of the gorge again before zigzagging our way back up again and back to our hotel, all the while drinking in the amazing views. Mmmmmm, drinking, yeah, we had the red wine with dinner. Wednesday June 3rd We left our little hotel in Barjac, it had been a great find this place, a nice room with a comfy bed and proper regional food in the restaurant, all for ...
... Arc de Triomphe then set out for the Pont du Garde. On arriving in the park setting we went first to the excellent museum which showed a great film on the history of the aqueduct then we went through their rooms of display on the use of water in the Roman world and the construction and all aspects of the engineering, labour and skills associated with bringing this water from the source in Uzes to Nimes. Fascinating but almost too much information; we ...
... All the way back we passed closed shops. Eventually, close to the carpark, we decided to try the drive through fast food place. We had no idea what it was. Twas McDonalds. We had observed that signs on roads are only around a half metre square and are green arches. This place had no signage other than ...
... and poster our post cards. In the afternoon we decided to go to wet and wild just to go around the lazy river. It was ok but not as good as aquatica, it was a bit cheaper, young people there and chavey music. I did enjoy the river though, and I finally got a funnel cake with chocolate sauce and ice cream. Lovely! Got back into the room and relaxed. Busy, slow and relaxing day. It was nice to reflect and take every thing in because we have been doing so much this ...
... concessions), I opted to do the 'full' climb of Mont Ventoux, which first took me through the Gorges de la Nesque. Although this necessitated giving back much of yesterday's hard-earned elevation, it was well worth it as the views through the Gorge were exceptionally pleasant. Surprisingly, the road through it has a high mid-point, so I ended up giving back even more elevation than I ...