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... of the river and the blue of the sky framed the sandy yellow city There were two halves of the fortress that could be paid for- the popular half had gardens and a monastery overlooking the river, the other half had artworks in it a buildings, and stood slightly higher. We could have paid for both, but opted for the less popular one. There was literally no one about here, and we walked up a hill and explored theany buildings in this half of the fort any were ...
... van again, not even out a window, (I tried...) so reluctantly had to let some other poor sod have it for their ***** little shoe-box.... Eventually, a bigger space appeared, and there was a guy already parked, waiting, in a Mercedes Sprinter who took sympathy on me , and I was able to talk him into swapping "my" space for his...and I was able to track down Treas and continue. Les Baux is just gorgeous, cute, charming, appealing, (add any other superlative you like) ...
... exploration on foot. Not a lot to see really, but we had some lunch and pressed on to Banon. Again, very scenic. We stopped at Banon and had a wander around - this village is at the highest point of that particular stage of the Tour. It's a small village with a couple of shops and we stopped for a coffee and an explore, but then set off back to base. Our GPS took us on ...
... on "French Gardens")
But as you know, it's not what you know, but who you know..... And the Leloups know someone who is the gamekeeper for a wealthy widow who owns her own private chateau in an enormous park which includes lakes and forests, and they took us there too!!
We walked around the beautiful mansion and went for a game drive, and found some of their magnificent deer!
what a wonderful weekend it was!
... imagining what it would've been like to actually see the gladiators fight then we roamed the internal hallways. After we had soaked up the atmosphere, we exited – so much more to see.
After a few hours wandering the great old city of Arles, we drove to Pont du Gard, the most grand and best preserved aquaduct the Romans built. This amazing piece of architecture and water ingenuity was built in the first ...