Premiere Classe Ales
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... hands of the Caesar. I have to say that I saw the arena through a tourist eye and not as a spectator that must have witnessed barbarism at its worst! There is restoration going on as we speak and hats off the France for recognising the quality of history they have in their towns and cities. The arena is still used today as a cultural hub where it hosts concerts, festivals and cultural events through out the summer however, its ...
What a glorious day to wake up to. The sun was shining, not a cloud in the sky and not a puff of wind, today is going to be awesome. We headed to Remoulins just north of Nimes to have a look at even grander Aqueduct than that at Castries and it didn't disappoint. Pont Du Gard. This piece of engineering is truly spectacular and to think that it was constructed in the years around 50AD is even more amazing and the fact that it is still standing is significant. This aqueduct ...
What a gorgeous little village Castries is. It truly feels like a little country village with its narrow little streets and homes built almost on the side of the roads, there are little bakeries, flower markets and fruit and veg shops, along with little restaurants and bars on the main street. This was going to be a bit of a stop over until we discovered there is a Roman Aqueduct over 2000 ...
I set the alarm for 6. 00am this morning little knowing that Carol had set her alarm for 15 minutes earlier. Come hell or high water we were not going to miss our Eurostar train at 9.15am so we set off 2 hours before we were leaving Ebbsfleet.
Fortunately the M25 behaved itself this morning and we arrived at Ebbsfleet terminal after parking the car an hour before we boarded the train. With an hour to spare and not having ...
... their jobs. I would like to think that the street cleaners would prefer to just clean the street of the huge amounts of rubbish everywhere, but I have seen a guy (whilst I was waiting for a cash machine might I add – I don’t tend to watch the men collect dog poo) spend about 10 minutes spreading salt on, then collecting one tiny alleyway’s selection of dog poo.
I will now move onto slightly less gross topics.
The French lunchtime. ...