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... are there pigs?" and the stonemason said," I just carved what you had drawn. It's not my fault if you draw dogs that look like pigs."
Another depicts the wreckage of a ship with broken mast, rope and block and tackle and a trident the most visible.
We were both about worn out and dying ...
... ready for the afternoon tour.
We took the optional tour to the Pont du Gard. It was wonderful seeing this ancient treasure. It was interesting to learn that long after the Romans the people used the aqueduct as a road. It was a beautiful day. I wish we spent more time just sitting in the sun. Unfortunately, we went into the museum – it was by far the worst museum I've ever been ...
... his beloved Yellow House. The people of the village wanted to get rid of him since they considered him crazy and dangerous. He ended up in the hospital near St. Remy. He died in 1890.
In the afternoon we went on an optional Van Gogh tour to Les Baux (a little village on on a rocky spur) and Remy which is in the eastern part of Provence. We went to the hospital, Saint Paul de Mausole, where he stayed for a year, outside of St Remy ...
... from home in the centre of the old town. The saturday am market is 2 mins walk away and starts tomorrow. A gentle hubbub is drifting up from the street and its a balmy evening here, a bit humid even. The towns bells are tolling the hours and most people are out and about eating and drinking. Across the road is a chateaux lit up at night, so no neighbours looking in! About Roman Ruins Glanum. Glanum was an oppidum, or fortified town in present day Provence, founded by a ...
We certainly experienced some of the luxury of the Loire valley where no expense was spared in trying to outdo your neighbours and where in fact Monsieur Colbert, the infamous minister of finances played a dastardly role in the downfall of Nicolas Fouquet the very wealthy man who built Vaux le Vicomte. His extravagant display of his wealth by building his chateau and having gardens laid out by Andre le Notre, incensed King Louis XIV and gave him ideas ...