Mas de Galoffre
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... I will develop toned legs from the stairways and a stoop from the low doorways. The doorway from the bedroom to the ensuite is only 5' tall and solid rock so using the bathroom in the night is a concern. Vero is a yoga teacher of indeterminate age, and her partner is a sculpturer (possibly well- known). The home is full of books on yoga and healthy living, and some quite confronting ...
It's time to make my way from Nice back up towards Paris and stop number one is Avignon. Avignon is a little town in France and is built with a fortress wall all the way around the town. I stayed at the POP hostel which hands down has the best hostel bed in Europe. Unfortunately I do not have a picture but hopefully my description will do it ...
Arenes De Nimes
We left our beautiful view of Gordes for a day of driving and site-seeing on the road to our friend, Sandi's place near Uzes. By now Kip has the driving down and i had a printed out trip plan so we had no problem. We took the back road to Les Baux which provided a spectacular view across small valley to the ruins.
Les Baux is a major historical site and we were transported back in ...
... an aperitif, an entrée, a main, dessert and a digestive. I had a red wine to start, french onion soup for entree, duck cheeks in a la orange citron sauce and combined the dessert with the digestive by ordering a coffee garamond, which is a coffee with a dessert taster place, three little desserts, which were fruit salad, a tiny creme brûlée and a chocolate mouse cake. YUM and so full I could explode. Loved it though. Definitely a nice last ...
... between the 2 points is hilly, built mostly underground -took a long, winding route that crossed the gorge of Gardon, requiring the construction of an aqueduct bridge. Built in the 1st century AD, the Pont Du Gard is the highest of all Roman aqueduct bridges and is the best preserved with the Aqueduct of Segovia.
The bridge has three tiers of arches, standing 48.8 m (160 ft) high. The whole aqueduct descends in height ...