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Amazing village below a chateau - incredible views and a quite lovely hotel. The favorite of the trip!
... are back at our hotel, relaxing on the patio and enjoying refreshing bottled water(me) and Heineken(Les). Tomorrow we drop the rental car off and take the TGV to Paris and fly home on Friday.
Many any photos to follow!!!!!!
This morning we took the train to the village of Arles to sight see, and sight see we did! The train ride was a short 20 minutes, then we walked to the first stop which was the Amphitheatre. This structure was built around 90 AD and could hold 20000 spectators! Next we made our way an ancient Roman Theatre built late in the first century BC. Next, the cathedral Saint Triophime built in the ...
Didn't get a good nights sleep, can really feel muscles in my legs for the first time, must have been the cycling on the grass & straw in the Camargue. A breakfast was included in the €150 so made sure we had our money's worth & really filled up. The route was very hilly and it was very hot, had some long walks up steep hills as legs hurt so much, arrived at Orange quite early & Peter was suffering badly from chafing in his, lets say ...
... fighters, and travellers for more than 500 years.
11) Tranquility. At night, and often during the day, it's so quiet you can hear a mouse **** (this description stolen from Peter Mayle's book A Year in Provence).
12) The peachy gold light of early morning and evening
13) Falling asleep as the evening breeze descends Mount Ventoux, whisking away the day's heat.
Adieu, Caromb. Je t'aime. ...