Grand Hotel Nord-Pinus
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After getting use to the sound of hoot owls in the night we slept in until 8:00am this morning. We awoke to a low cloud level and cool temperatures but the promise of a sunny day lay ahead. After a pot of coffee (loved that after a month of espressos) and a light breakfast, we took a walk through the village of Noves.
Noves is is a very small village with only a few hundred inhabitants. At one time there were ramparts around the town but only a few remain along with a few ...
... store at 19:15 on the dot Kory can see I am agitated about something. Laughing it off I explain to him what a madhouse it was in the store. There was some sort of lottery or bingo draw taking place in the middle of the store and a man yelling random announcements over the PA system every 30 seconds. It reminded me of being in India when trucks would drive pass you on the streets blaring announcements about the upcoming elections. Relieved to ...
Ibiza - Arles - Millau Monday May 25th Walk, Boat ride, Okay Beach, Boat ride back, Brilliant Lunch at Cafe Mambo, Beach, Sea Sofa Ride, Cocktails. Tuesday May 26th - 25 years of wedded bliss. Walk, Bus ride, Ibiza town, Bus ride, Sangria, Dinner at Cafe Del Mar. Wednesday May 27th Had another early start to catch the flight back to Marseille, not as early as the flight we'd had to get here, but we still had to set the alarm on a single digit number. We slept okay this time so ...
... stone was quarried 6km north of Arles and had to be transported down the river to either Arles or even the Camarge. Going up the Rhone required around thirty men to tow the barge with ropes. No harness (the Romans didn't think of that despite their amazing technology), just thirty men with ropes slung over their shoulders towing the barge upriver. Coming back down they had the current and a large oar for steering. Possibly turning in to the bank, ...
... seemed pretty happy. Also, they had doggy breath.
Today was a long bus day. It's still raining, and the sky was so dark. At home, we'd call this weather "November." Occasionally we'd get dripped on because the sunroof in the bus wasn't sealed very well. But as long as Gilles was doing the driving, we didn't much care.
Today we learned about pay and taxes in France. We all decided that Anne-Sophie became a doctor and set up her ...