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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Swimming pool
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... rental about 3:00 for a light snack after three hours of touring. We then walked the grounds and hillside forest area next to the property which provided a great view of the surrounding areas. We gathered some kindling for a fire in the fireplace of our rental. The old stone cottage is pretty cool in the evening and a fire in the living room feels great.
Tonight for dinner we had a little North Atlantic salmon with potatoes and vegetables. Quick and easy. Great first day in ...
... 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 ...
... 19BC it is 50m high, 275m long and has 35 arches- amazing engineering! Very hot day today so we all have an ice cream.
Finally back home with Chicken cordon-Bleu from the butcher across the road. Massive piece of beef is his counter cabinet - Harry's eyes popping out at the size of it. Not so happy about the Lapin (rabbit). Boys not adventurous enough to have snails, rabbit or frogs legs. ...
... a performance of Méhul's opera, Joseph. In the latter part of the century, all the major players of the French classical stage appeared in the Orange festivals, including Sarah Bernhardt who played "Phčdre" in 1903.
Nothing remains of certain monuments, the existence of which is known from inscriptions or architectural fragments found in the course of excavations. It is known that the town had a civil basilica, a curia, a gymnasium and ...
... for design of auditoriums today and was called a Vomitarium (for the quick exit of tens of thousands of spectators) - and is obviously the geniuses of you know what (that's specially for you Kath!!). We are given entry tickets and an hour to explore inside. Julian also suggests if we have time to head down another nearby street to see the "Square House". Inside the arena we take the audio guide and follow through the site visit listening to the commentary. This arena ...