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... take a photo of it and I made most of stopping and fixed us a bite to eat before carrying on. We logged our GPS co-ordinates to a town called Perpigan but didn't like the look so drove through and headed to the coast of Narbone. Im not sure where Derry, our sat-nav was taking us as at one point driving into this little village as we thought at one point we were stuck, but after some sign language with a friendly local we drove down a narrow street and ended up back on the same road ...
... when I cut into the sausage ‘sac’ and a pile of intestine looking tubes slipped out causing me to gag! The English in me remained polite, and cut a small piece to at least try, but once it had entered my mouth I knew that was a mistake and out it swiftly came into my serviette...oh dear, not a good start to our romantic meal in Provence!
My husband being the best husband in the whole wide world told the ...
30 minute bus trip to the olive vineyards, had to turn back just out of the town because the "Baltimores" got left behind. Stan the Canadian made such fun of it we were in stitches saying he was surprised it wasn't the kiwis missing haha. The tour of the olive oil production was fascinating and the tasting superb. Bought some oil and dips to bring home, ...
... 1 driver.
The city of Arles was an important cultural and religious center during the late Roman Empire, with many remaining examples of the grandeur that was once Rome. We toured the Roman arena, which accommodated 20,000 spectators in its heyday, and is still used for bullfighting, plays and summer concerts; and then the nearby Roman theater. It's impossible not to be impressed with these structures, both of which are more than ...
Took a photo of the garden that Van Gogh painted in 1888 "The Asylum Garden At Arles", looks exactly how it was then. Also saw another place where Van Gogh painted called "The cafe terrace at night". The yellow facade is what identifies this place.
Returned back to the hotel for a bit of a swim before venturing out for dinner.
Off to Avignon and Orange tomorrow which is only about 20 minutes from ...
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