BEST WESTERN Uzes Pont du Gard
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... about is how quickly I could get into that beautiful blue water. Some of you might know this but I spent most of my childhood in any fresh water body I could find, I love the water and even more so when it's refreshing. Don't get me wrong, salt water is nice but freshwater can not be beat. Upon getting there we rented a paddle boat to get us further into the gorge, we also used this as our mobile base for jumping in the water and ...
... way was to look at a tower that was constructed after the amphitheater had started its decline. The tower was the Roland tower and it had been constructed using part of the amphitheater wall.
After the amphitheater and the arena, we saw the Vincent Van Gogh easels that were scattered around the city. Each of these easels were at or near the location where Van Gogh had painted the paainting.
... So that gives a picture of the size.
After photographing it from as many angles as we could bare, we headed off to a small town called "Uzes". Another simply amazing old town, surrounded by walls and full of narrow winding streets, cafes, tourist shops and boulangeries and patisseries. About this time I stopped takeing photos, as its just another town, yet it really was lovely. There weren't many people about, and after a lunch from ...
... he intends for us to drink whilst here!
The cap incident.
Peter rarely shops for clothes. He was forced to buy a new cap in Salamanda as his old one had finally 'died'. He has made mention (frequently) that is was overpriced at 30 euro.
On Saturday afternoon we strolled through the gardens on the banks of the Alzon River. It was so quiet and peaceful. We sat for ...
... the terrain between the two points is hilly, the aqueduct – built mostly underground – took a long, winding route that crossed the gorge of the Gardon, requiring the construction of an aqueduct bridge. Built in the 1st century AD, the Pont du Gard is the highest of all Roman aqueduct bridges and is one of the best preserved. It was added to UNESCO's list of World Heritage Sites in 1985 because of its historical importance. The bridge has ...