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Tried to see an ancient Roman arena in this town where we stayed one night. Well, it was a bit difficult as the GPS took us on some wild goose chases around and around the one way, extremely narrow and highly congested streets!!! It was a nightmare for any passenger I'll tell you now!!
The best thing to do in any of these villages is to park on the edge of town and walk in. The locals drive way ...
... through a lot of the statues where we mimicked a lot of their
actions and had plenty of fun. Making our way down to the ground floor we
stopped off to see “Venus de Milo” a statue with no arms where we met a full contingent
of overly pushy Chinese, luckily the Kings had packed their full shoulder
armour! We continued to peruse the museum stopping for a quick fuel top up and
headed off to Napoleon III apartments which were in the Richelieu ...
I can not find my toothbrush this morning
I seek it here
I seek it there
I seek it everywhere.
Perhaps someone broke in and stole it while we were sleeping.
people will steal anything.
That's why I write under nom de plume
We keep it all private
And no feral pigs were slaughtered o make this blog
... of heated debate we went back to the park and logged onto the internet. Due to the heat we chose an Aire that said it had beach and swimming close by so we set off again. O M G, how wrong could the co ordinates have been. We should of arrived close to Marseille but was taken into the middle of the city instead, right next to the harbour in peak hour traffic with ignorant rude, pushing in arrogant French. This was not the place at all to drive through in a 7 meter long ...
... in French, instead of B.C., they use avant J.C.). We spent two days in this beautiful old city, touring museums and monuments, lunching on a baguette, Brie, and local wine, renting bicycles and riding all over the town, and watching Rhone Cruise boats pick up their passengers for a cruise up the Rhone. Tomorrow, we catch a high speed train to Barcelona, the southernmost point of our European ...