Le Mas d'Aigret
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... was feeding the convicted criminals and prisoners of war to the beasts. Quite a barbaric form of entertainment and not one that was greatly appreciated amongst the spectators hence the reason for leaving the arena. After the lunch break it was time for the Gladiators to make an appearance, however it was not quite as gruesome as legend may have it. It was very rare that gladiators were actually killed in the arena and certainly not ...
... Unesco listed site but it didn't grab me, I did appreciate the engineering feat and the architecture however, Brendan LOVED it, he was totally in awe of this site. Weird, we are similar but different. So tonight we are bunking down at a farm just outside Nimes, we have electricity and wifi and the owner is a lovely French gentleman. This afternoon we sat and had a beer and soaked up the amazing late afternoon sun and said to ourselves, life couldn't get much better than ...
... t take long to look around and we head of in the tiny car to Aix en Provence were we enjoyed another lovely lunch. I managed to trip over in the front door of the cafe and fell flat on my face. I am scarlet with humiliation and the staff all rush to assist me. We are seated next to a couple from Devon England and they are enchanting dinner companions who tell us about some of the wonderful places they have visited and i add their suggestions to my list ...
... most fascinating and moving experience.
Firstly, the space itself. Carrieres de Lumieres is an old limestone quarry owned by the local municipality of Les-Baux-de-Provence and good on the council for holding onto this little gem and not selling it off. If it were in New South Wales, they would probably be undertaking a 'benefits realisation' assessment at this moment to sell it off... Oops, sorry - I almost got stuck into an anti ...
... had left. But with the sun almost setting and leaving a golden hue over the buildings, it was nice to see the medieval town emptied for us to walk (or limp, for me) about.
That evening we left Les Baux and drove towards Montpellier, where we were only spending a night before taking a morning train to Barcelona. But we didn't realize there were still small (and some not so funny) adventures waiting for us that ...