L'Enclos des Lauriers Roses
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... of the theatre and Orange (Oh-rahnge). Originally a celtic town, Caesars 2nd legion were rewarded in retirement with land in the area as they had been responsible for subjugating it. Roman soldiers weren’t necessarily “Italian”, however in the case of Caesars legions, they ...
... Musee Louis Vouland is a beautiful mansion with a prestigious collection decorative arts from the 17th and18th centuries. To think I missed this to walk around a museum that had no artifacts - everything was fake. I am furious with Viking for wasting that time. And I’m annoyed I didn’t do my research ahead of time. This is the first and last time I just go with the tour.
Day 6 A Van Gogh Day March 30, 2015 Tarascon &Arles
Arles is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It has many preserved Roman ruins. The Venus d'Arles is now at the Louvre. Here one can see part of the ancient aqueduct and the amphitheater.
They gave us another alternative tour which we took. It was a Van Gogh themed tour. I felt I had seen enough Roman ruins (although they were pointed out anyway) and wanted to focus on Van Gogh. ...
... pyramids a thousand years earlier, but that was just stacking block of stone on top of each other and the Chinese may have built the Great Wall, but again, that was just building a wall. For engineering, nothing could surpass the Pont du Gard.
The amazing thing is that it is just an aqueduct. Just an aqueduct? Well ,it isn't a monument or a palace or a temple, just a means of transporting water. The Romans had ...
So what is the Avignon Theatre Festival, anyway, and why am I here? In short, I am here on a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities to study contemporary French theater. Along with 15 other teachers from around the United States, I have daily morning classes and plenty of reading and writing to do. But there is also lots of time to take in the theatrical events -- over 1000 productions during the month of July, most of them being performed every day, so ...