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... and Teutones tribes.
Arausio covered an area of some 170 acres (69 ha) and was well endowed with civic monuments – as well as the theatre and arch, it had a monumental temple complex and a forum.
It was the capital of a wide area of northern Provence, which was parcelled up ...
... 3. Breakfast consumed and off again. We waited at Lambeth Bridge for our Hop On Off bus but then realised that the first one was not due till approx 10am and with the time being 8:30ish it seemed an excessive wait. Walking towards London we caught our bus past St Paul’s Cathedral over London Bridge and through to the Tower of London where we got off. Arriving at just after 10am meant we had missed the first tour so we got the kids to have a photo with the ...
... straight off the French rotisserie BBQ.
We drove out to Camp des Milles in the afternoon which is a piece of hidden
French history about the war and how France were involved so intimately with
Germany and the workings of Hitler. This
camp was originally a brick works which had been decommissioned due the
economy. It was re-opened as a
detainment camp in 1939 to 1940 for internment of ‘enemy subjects’, 1940 ...
... A beautiful little town that hasn't been tampered with. Little streets and quaint houses.
We did notice that there was a lot of flood damage along the river. It appeared that the river had turned into a torrent and flattened all the vegetation.
And of course we had an audience when we attached Smartie in Bagnols. In fact, a young Frenchman drove his van into ...
... around the village. The old stone houses blend in nicely with the greenery and the rocks in the background. From here we head back across the Tarn river and follow the valley. The roads are narrow and quite frequently we have to stop and move to the side to cross another vehicle. On one side you have cliffs and the other side a drop down to the river. Once we got to La Malene we decided it was time for croissants as they didn't have any where we bought the ...