Hotel Jules Cesar
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... so we made it happen. Taking Fifi around the tiny cliff side roads was a bit nerve racking at first but people drove responsibly and so did I. We arrived in a super cute town where we got a map and some advice on what to see. Here she suggested going to a look out, then a small looped road for more views then to the main lake. The first view point you could see how vast the canyon is, breathtaking. We drove through a couple other ...
... wasn't the best place to do it as we were surrounded by yummy cakes, pastries, wonderful food and cheap lovely wine but we'd give it a try. At least there was plenty of nice fruit and veggies even if they weren't the cheapest. We drove into the centre of Arles and had a look around, constantly trying to avert our eyes from the patisseries windows. This was another nice little medieval town with a lot of old roman stuff including a big amphitheater in the middle, which ...
... floors. Absolutely stunning.
Arles supported Caesar in the 4 year civil war with Pompey and was rewarded by Caesar with trade preferences and many of his legions given land. Virtually all trade between Gaul (France) was conducted through Arles. No wonder it was known as the "Little Rome of Gaul"
We had planned on a quiet day ahead of Ches's birthday trip to the Camargue and Aigue-Mortes tomorrow but it hadn't turned out that way.
Virginie said that Anne-Sophie might make €26,000 (approx. $34,000) per year, but she doesn't have to buy expensive liability insurance like doctors do in the U.S. France doesn't have the litigious culture that we do.
There are four types of tax in France: income tax, since 1914, that works similarly to ours (bracketed, deductions); social charges, which are deducted from your paycheck and are as much as 21.5% (this tax ...
Today we checked out of our lovely Paris hotel for our next adventure, Arles. We felt a little like we were on the show The Amazing Race as we made our way at 6:30am to the train station.
Once there we validated our rail passes, printed our tickets and discovered that someone is making a good living selling coffee and croissants to tired travellers. A few hours later, and after a quick stop in Lyon to change trains and eat lunch, we were in Arles.