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... town in Nimes and a water supply, however the water wasn't fantastic. More to the point, at Uzes they discovered a spring that produced very good water. What to do, you build a 50km long viaduct to transport the water. Of course you do. Not only is it a visual spectacle but amazing that it was built in 5 years. When you want fresh water you want it now. The other observation I made was that the Romans in ...
... so musical! We rolled home tired after another successful day of touring. The other must-see in this area is the Camargue region south of here on the Mediterranean coast. This area lies between two arms of the Rhone river forming marshy fields where rice grows, black bulls and white horses graze and migratory birds and flamingos inhabit salt plains. Last Sunday the coast beckoned so we drove to Aigues-Mortes, a completely ...
... but never of this magnitude. To say they were beautiful is not giving it justice. We were both in awe of the spectacular nature of this cave. For the avid explorer/diver you can actually dive under the caves to view the amazing array of structures within. We took a tonne of photos however as you are not allowed to use flash inside the cave it is quite difficult to see how amazing these structures truly are. We continued underground till we reached the end ...
... which is within the basin and it gives this area something unique,as I have never seen a pink lake, which lake is bigger than Hanningfield Reservoir.
We arrived back at the ranch just after 7.00pm and within 40 minutes we had enjoyed another lovely meal of lamb chops with all the trimmings, followed of course by stewed apricots and ice cream.
Whilst writing up the blog, the gang have either been doing the cryptic crossword or casually glancing at today's highlights at ...
... to be heading to find the woodland which a website has told me isn’t that far out of Nimes centre, but I was distracted by going to see a pretty church, and thought that I could just do three sides of a square, however I don’t think it quite worked, so I ended up in a different place to where I was expecting, which was also quite near to the Tour Magne, so I decided to come back through the Jardins, and coming into them from the top rather than walking up ...