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Travel Blogs from Saint-Pierre-des-Champs
... How is that any different from what I attempt to achieve in my own creative work?
I'm attaching a few more of the images of menhirs and dolmens we've explored on recent day trips. These typically date from about 5000 years ago and as for the menhirs, much mystery remains. We are having a lot of fun finding them in the country and continue to ponder the lives of people who lived here thousands of years ago.
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... and fed we decided to make our way to approximately 15kms from Capastang and moored on a bank in a village called Argeliers. Quite a pretty town but we seem to have been inundated with flys! My god they are everywhere! Not sure why?? Is it the 32 degrees? Have the farmers sprayed manure? Not really sure, but i will be looking forward to leaving them as they are very annoying! Leslie an I went ...
... had four petite desserts to eat with our coffee. The last one, a piece of chocolate with toffee inside was to die for! We headed back to Cascastel and learned that our train for tomorrow was more than likely not going to run. There has been a strike for over a week and unfortunately tomorrow appears to have the same issues. So plan B was put into place. We packed in a hurry, Rich got a lesson on how to drive the Nissan Van and he, Jim, Dar and I took off ...
Annie and I are now in southern rural France living in a small apt in the tiny village of Siran (500 residents). Our first morning we awoke to a couple of 4 or 5 year old French girls sweetly singing nursery rhymes on the street below. My view from the kitchen window where I am writing is of fig trees, grape vines, lavender and jasmine in bloom. We're in a village, but it feels like being "in the country," so to speak.
Trace's last day today, which might account for the bizarre dreams I've been having, the next chapter is beginning. After a basic but very French and very yummy breakfast we went to explore the arena. The Arena of Nîmes is a Roman amphitheatre that was built around 70 AD, it was remodelled in 1863 to serve as a bullring. There is a great statue in front of the arena of a bull fighter, think I liked his rear view best It is almost 2000 years old and sits in ...
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