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... too angry. Actually, the lack of care that the city took for the site was upsetting. There was trash everywhere! I couldn’t take a picture of the right side of the building cuz it was so bad. It tarnished my view of not just the sight but the city too. I started noticing how dirty the entire city was. It just doesn’t have a nice feel to it.
Anyway, my final visit was to the Fine Arts Museum. I won’t assault you with ...
... found anywhere in France, has a well-preserved old city centre and pleasant tree-lined boulevards typical of this region, and gardens including one of the oldest city parks in the country. Many would say that this is the most attractive city in this part of France.
First in stature of all the Roman remains in the city ...
... that works, or a shady tree or a cool river to jump into. You also learn to recognise your partner’s limits and try not to push them too far.
I think this year will probably increase our resilience and make us simplify our lifestyle.
But who knows, tomorrow this may all change and I’ll feel differently – that’s what being on the road does to you.
P.S. Happy 4th of July to all of our new American ...
... us to the train station where we had lunch in a beautiful building where we meet Clemence. Then Shereen dropped us of at the airport so she could rush home and see the Six Nations. We hopped on the plane to Montpellier and Maddi slept the whole way and was angry at Corban because he drank her apple juice. We had trouble trying to find a big enough taxi to fit all our bags. We got home and had a big sleep.
The day after that we ...
... lots of Roman monuments scattered through town. Jean really enjoyed the arena and the theater. I took a picture of him sitting in the seats that were reserved for knights. We walked along the stone wall around town, and that was fun. Vincent Van Gogh lived in Arles for a while before his death, and throughout the town are signs that point out the scenes he painted. One of his most famous "Starry Night" was painted ...