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... of the river and the blue of the sky framed the sandy yellow city There were two halves of the fortress that could be paid for- the popular half had gardens and a monastery overlooking the river, the other half had artworks in it a buildings, and stood slightly higher. We could have paid for both, but opted for the less popular one. There was literally no one about here, and we walked up a hill and explored theany buildings in this half of the fort any were ...
... once were part of my anatomy.... Since the blare of horns behind me has now escalated beyond Cuckaracha into a constant blast, I take off into the yonder, and start to prepare mentally of the next bloody Peage....jeez I hate them.... Same today - really, badly, needed some fuel. So I gave George the brief, and he delivered, and found us some fuel in under a km. Ha! But when you put your credit card in.....Nuh - huh........ Not any one of the 5 or 6..... Not even my ...
Well, we've been north, south and west so today we are going East. We have always wanted to do a part of the route of the Tour de France (which came through St Remy this year) so we decided to do a few miles from here along part of stage 15 of this year's Tour to the Luberon mountains and up to Banon. We also wanted to call into a village called Apt in the Vaucluse ...
... the little shop fronts and cafés. I much preferred it to Paris, much more relaxed and felt more at home and safe. We are sharing a room with our Korean friends, who we went out for dinner with tonight - it was a good outting. When we got back they have even given us gifts of postcards and bookmarks from their home town. They are so sweet. It will be sad that tomorrow is their last day with ...
I digress... this limestone quarry, forms the grand halls onto which the images are projected. In some parts, the walls of the quarry are 50 metres high, but as you would expect with a quarry, there are uneven surfaces. These create walls, rooms, vestibules and each become part of the projected palette. Because it is a quarry, and therefore dug into the earth, it is cold when you enter (they sell blankets at the ...
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