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Another thing that affects confidence is getting a good night's sleep. I slept like a log last night and had enormously enjoyable day as a consequence. I woke early and was in the dining room having brekkie by about 7.30. The big thing in Avignon is to see Le Pont. It was on my to do list but first I headed down a few side alleys and laneways to see some of the old city. Fortunately I have a good sense of direction so I wandered about and ...
Out of bed to breakfast in a plastic box, courtesy of the local supermarket. Alan missing his daily bread. Then a walk to Marseille railway station to pick-up the car. Took a while to figure out how to turn it on and then to get it into drive - 'hybrid'. Then back to the pub to pickup up bags and off we went. Towards Arles to see what the Romans had accomplished there. Quite a lot for 4 centuries, then went home home. Left a coliseum and ...
... still quite heavenly. The yogurt in the cucumber salad is actually made with coconut milk using water kefir grains and it’s delicious. The local white wine is one of the few that Martin and Nina offer their guests because it is actually 100% organic with no added anything (including no sulfites), essentially just fermented grape juice. We also had a large sampling of many different types of kefirs and fermented fruits throughout the evening, all of which ...
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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 ...