Le Pont du Roy
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... best ones was the Asylum Garden at Arles as it still looks very much like the way he painted it in 1889. We also decided to go to the location of Stormy Night at night and that was really cool as that is one of the most famous paintings world wide, Europe has so much cool history. Throughout the day there was announcements for bull races in the coliseum. We decided to check it out as its part of the local culture. It was not as we ...
... received at the beginning of the tour. We got to use our tokens on candy machines that gave four packets for each token.
We went to Arles, Aigues-Mortes and Le Grau de Roi today. All three of those places were mosquito ridden, and we all became mosquito chow. At Le Grau de Roi, there was apparently a tourist who stood still to take a picture, and then got bit 70 times by ...
... appeared to have been repaired in recent times, creating a nice effect.
Anyway, at the Pont du Gard, there was a huge carpark. They really must expect crowds. The whole facility is well done, with cafes, a visitor centre, a museum and a video presentation room. We found the video a bit arty touchy feely, with not much hard information in it, so felt compelled to visit the museum to learn more. This was also a bit thorough, and there was a ...
We visited the Le Duche D'Uzes, the home of the Duke of Uzes since the 11th century, and joined a guided tour conducted in French. And, as if we don't have enough stone spiral stairs to climb, we climbed the 135 steps to the top of Duche tower to see the amazing views of the countryside.
Uzes is renowned for its local produce and the bakeries, patisseries, butchers, epicurean shops are ...
... for D and hot chocolate for M. Finally, with our hands full of purchases, we climb the 2 flights of stairs to our front door. The vendors are very friendly as are the people that we meet. Bought some macaroons that are to die for! Lunch is left over pizza ( that amazingly still tastes good) and still the streets are busy outside. Booked a great local restaurant for dinner. Visited Pont Du Gard in the afternoon. Wow! Its really big and quite an amazing ...
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