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... were involved in WW2 out of a population of 1.72Million, this was way out of proportion with most other countries and something to be proud of. When the rooms were reopened to be restored they found rationed sugar that had been saved in a drawer by a worker, which was now on display, the kids now had some appreciation of rations. With a bite to eat in the café we went above ground and carried on our walking day through St James Park where the blossom, daffodils ...
... tournament medal from the
Thursday 2nd – After trying to let Mum and Corban
have a sleep in due to the limited sleep during the night (as Corban was not
heading to school due to high fever the night before from a cold), they both
woke up and reminded Maddi and Tony that she needed a “Picnic” packed lunch as
she was off on her school trip for the day. After making her lunch quickly
Maddi was off ...
... was feeding the convicted criminals and prisoners of war to the beasts. Quite a barbaric form of entertainment and not one that was greatly appreciated amongst the spectators hence the reason for leaving the arena. After the lunch break it was time for the Gladiators to make an appearance, however it was not quite as gruesome as legend may have it. It was very rare that gladiators were actually killed in the arena and certainly not ...
We woke up to rain! It rained hard! But then it was gone and the sun shone through again.
The destination for today was Nimes. A Roman city about an hour south of us. A very pleasant journey and a stressless hunt for a car park later, we arrived. Our first stop was the Maison Carree. The best preserved Roman square house in the world. We didn't go in - it's just a 20 minute film in French. Don't think the kids would have thanked us....
We then headed for ...
... bought a pass so that we could take our time and visit all of the attractions; the Arena, the Maison Carrée, the Jardins de la Fontaine and in Orange, a short drive away, a Roman amphitheatre.
Exploring the Arena took 3 hours. We ventured in to the centre of the Arena and tried to imagine the roar of a 24,000 strong crowd. We raised our arms and turned a circle to take in the (imagined) atmosphere. I thought the Arena was round but it is oval and ...