Premiere Classe Ales
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... track off to the north. A hundred yards or so along, we met a couple of American women who said that a little further along there was a great view of the aqueduct. Was it ever. Absolutely amazing, and I made Ches walk up the slope to where I was standing before she turned around. Bang, there it is set against the gorge and the flat plain to the south.
So much for Ches's early afternoon. We didn't get home till 5.00.
... in the distance and decided to return mid-week hoping it would be less crowded. We went on to Arles and had lunch in a café. Don had duck and I ordered chevre roti which was baked goat cheese with a small salad because I wasn't very hungry. What arrived at the table was a full sized round of warm cheese the size of a brie baker on two pieces of crusty bread for one! We had seen lots of little rounds of goat cheese in ...
Another beautiful day in the South of France. Today we headed to the most amazing caves I have ever seen. It was about an hour and a half drive from Nimes through the most quaint gorgeous villages and narrow winding roads ever. Brendan and Fifi did an amazing job getting us there and back in one piece. It was definitely worth the drive. Lucky us, there was only 4 of us on the tour but unlucky for us that the guide only spoke French lol but we kinda got the ...
... asked Carol to respond to this, which she did in no uncertain terms, by saying at times she would like to 'stick these pen tops up his bum!' - so there you have it.
After another very leisurely breakfast which finished us taking the confiture and baguettes up to the balcony the girls and I walked into Uzes to do some shopping, whilst Graham stayed at home to write up his travelogue which he does in long hand.
On returning from shopping, we had a coffee, before walking ...
... at a Chinese university promoting the country. I then will be hopefully travelling a bit whilst I’m on that side of the planet, but that’s not sorted yet! I found out on Friday evening, but I think I will put off celebrating until I’m back in the UK where I can order a nice Chinese meal, not the stuff they pretend is Chinese here! (although saying that, I know the stuff we pretend is Chinese is no more accurate than the French version – it just ...