Premiere Classe Avignon Sud - Parc des Expositions
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... the wind coming in off the sea was blustery to say the least!
Today, was not enjoyable. strong winds all the way until i hit the outskirts of Toulouse, not sure if the buildings blocked the wind or if just died down...don't know. But don't worry, it was made up for with the rain, yes, for the second time i had to get out the waterproof trousers. So the wind stopped but i got rain instead. to be honest, at that point i would have taken a hail storm ...
... for tourists so i spend some time there. but essentially i just eat, drink coffee (very small coffees, they don't big ones over here), read and sleep or the two days.
I had planned to go to Avignon by train. i bought the train ticket from the machine only to find out that there are engineering works and there is bus replacement service (does this remind anyone of a certain city in the UK) which takes 1hr20 rather than the 30 mins by train. i find this out after ...
Jeudi, nuite de marde, jai pas bien dormi, je pensais trop, bon, je dormirais plustard!
Direction, la gare pour Avignon! derniere aurevoir a Romain! merci vraiment pour tout! je me sentais vraiment comme a la maison a cet endroit! bonne chance pour le Liban! Bon je manque mon train, *****!!! je prend donc le prochain, et oui, ca arrive! Benben vient me chercher a la gare, hiii ca fait drole de ...
On our way to Avignon we stopped to see the famous Pont du Gard. This bridge was part of the aquaduct built in the 1st century AD by the romans to bring water from Uzes to Nimes, about 30 kilometres. The bridge is all that remains of the aquaduct. It was an awesome sight stretching 275 metres and 48 metres high comprising of 3 levels of arches. It was amazing to read about its construction and realise what an incredible engineering feat it ...
... was a colorfoul candy and chocolate shop where I could easily have spent a lot of money but fortunately, I just window shopped there. Vaison-la-Romaine was an old Roman town and we also got to see some of the preserved ruins, too. Not as large or impressive as in Rome, but still pretty neat. After getting back to the campsite, we walked into the little town of Malaucène and browsed the various dinner menus. We settled on a menu that consisted of: flan ...
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