Le Clos des Arts
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... of paintings in part because there weren’t many (and none by “masters”). I did get really lucky in my visit because there was a three piece orchestra performing in the middle of the building. The place was set up so that I could still view the artwork but I got to listen to the beautiful music as I went. Classical music always seems to stir something inside me and that, coupled with the artwork, made for a visit that was really ...
... the bulls are not actually killed. Still, it is amazing to think that this venue has been used to entertain so many people over such a long, long period of time.
Aside from the Roman remains, Nimes also has a number of interesting architectural buildings of different time periods and the old town is pleasantly ...
... it which resulted in 59 flies entering our domain and going crazy. Freaking out I had to find a way to get them out without using bug spray soooooo I decide the best method would be to swat them out the door with a sleeping mat. To my surprise it worked quite well. They then migrated between the tent and our fly. The constant buzzing of them sounded like rain. Kory entertained me during ...
... staircase against it, leaving the rough edges on the outside where the circular section is attached.
Just a pause to say that at 8.30 pm here in our cottage, the wind is howling around the windows.
By 1.00 we were frozen rigid and luckily settled on a restaurant, Vieux Cafe d'Aniathazze on
Place Albert 1er, the main small square, just down from where we had parked our car.
... 3,000. It varies widely along its course, but is as little as 1 in 20,000 in some sections. The Pont du Gard itself descends 2.5 cm (0.98 in) in 456 m (1,496 ft), a gradient of 1 in 18,241. The average gradient between the start and end of the aqueduct is far shallower than was usual for Roman aqueducts – only about ...