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The Hotel is quite well located to the walled city (a couple of kilometers, which we walked). Parking was in the street but seemed quite safe. WIFI was available, rooms were clean with ensuite.
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Fricassee Of chicken & figs with camargue red rice pilaf
Camargue red rice pilaf
2 tablespoons olive oil
1 red onion, finely chopped
2 sticks celery, finely chopped
2 cloves garlic, chopped
1 cup Camargue red rice (available from good supermarkets)
1 teaspoon salt
1@3/4 cups chicken stock or water
70g slivered almonds, toasted
1/2 cup flat-leafed parsley, coarsely chopped
In a medium saucepan ...
... to abandon a drive down the infamous Lourmarin road to see the Roman sunburst bridge. We have passed it twelve times in the last fortnight and this time we were going to photograph it. I'll pinch someone else's photo.
We spent the afternoon packing for an early start tomorrow morning. We plan on being fully packed by 6.00 pm so that we can go out for dinner tonight.
... and province of Dauphiné.
When William the Silent, count of Nassau, with estates in the Netherlands, inherited the title Prince of Orange in 1544, the Principality was incorporated into the holdings of what became the House of Orange-Nassau. This pitched it into the Protestantside in ...
... to San Sebastian, much wider streets and large plazas. Inside here is the former residence of the Pope, he was moved here after civil war threatened him in Rome, he stayed for 75 years, for part of that period there existed two pope's, one here in Avignon and another in Rome, eventually the two became one again, in the Vatican.
We eat at a nice restaurant that does massive servings of pizza, it's Wasp's first European ...
... world. The aquduct stretches 50 km! We got the site and first spent some time in the museum where we learned how slaves built the aquaduct, stone by stone.... and even without all the technology today it only took 5 years to complete!! (I don't know about you, but there are some roach construction projects today that take longer than that...)
The aquaduct was built in 50 a.d, and ...