Mas de Galoffre
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- Tennis Court
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... look at it as quite a gruesome and not fun place to be however if you look beyond what took place you can see what an amazing place this really is. The architecture is second to none and to withstand thousands of years of use and weather and changes of government and even countries is truly mind blowing. As I was sitting there listening to the audio I was trying to imagine the arena filled with just over 20,000 spectators calling ...
... flowing to Nimes per day. As we walked on the middle level over the aqueduct we noticed etchings in some of the sandstone that had been done by the builders, the tool of use and their names and it is crazy that 2,000 years later their mark is still there for all to see, kind of like putting your kids footprints or handprints in concete, to last forever. We wandered toward the museum and saw some people taking photos of a tree, yeh odd right, so of course we started ...
... here. Of course we couldn't move on until we went to see it. We got up this morning to a glorious sunny day, not a cloud in the sky, a perfect day in fact. I have to say one of the things I have grown to love about these van parks is the daily fresh baguettes and pastries. So we had our chocolate croissant for breakfast and headed out to discover the aqueduct. It is amazing that it is in ...
... Nimes had much more of a big city feel, more akin to Paris. It also felt quite a bit less touristy than many of our other destinations so far. As alluded to earlier, our local grocer felt that Nimes and Aix on the same day was somewhat illogical as they were not immediately beside one another (in reality, they are quite close to one another) so he suggested we visit Montpelier. Unfortunately, we weren't particularly impressed ...
Nīmes became a Roman colony sometime before 28 BC. Nīmes was already under Roman influence, though it was Augustus who made the city the capital of Narbonne province, and gave it all its glory.
The city had an estimated population of 60,000 in the time of Augustus. Augustus gave the town a ring of ramparts six kilometres (3.7 miles) long, reinforced by fourteen towers; two gates remain today: the Porta Augusta and the Porte de France. An aqueduct ...