Our smorgasbord from the bakery definitely hit the spot with the tiramisu and citrus tart clear winners for me. A criticism of the blog has been not enough food pictures, without fail because we always devour our food well before we think to take a picture.
At least we remembered on this one occasion….
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The drive was pretty comfortable and we were there in under an hour but it was terrible trying to find parking. We had researched a free car park and put it into the GPS, turns out it was the uni car park and had an even bigger shortage of spaces than our old university in Launceston. Legend has it that the current bridges construction was started by a shepherd boy who under the advice of Jesus left his flock of sheep and headed down the river to engineer a massive bridge.
Some scientists dispute this theory. Throughout history possibly as far back as Roman times there have been many successful attempts at spanning the Rhone, not many stood the test of time as the river is very powerful and also frequently floods. The bridge was definitely worth a look, it had a good audioguide and a museum and is right next door to the Papal Palace. The Papal Palace Palais des Papes is one of the largest and most important medieval Gothic buildings in Europe, so Jess was rather excited.
It was the seat of Western Christianity during the 14th century when the Pope left Rome. The audioguide informed us that not long after completion the Pope of the time returned to Rome, as the town of Avignon carried a rather horrid odour. History tells us there were many reasons, primarily political, to return to Rome but perhaps the town did have a kind of unique smell to it. The palace went through many years of neglect, sieges and a revolution which have required some serious restoration work, but it is in good hands now and has over visitors annually.
The palace is certainly vast, and impressive. We shared an audioguide and these ones were loud enough that even on the lowest volume we could stand two metres apart and still both clearly hear the information. The aqueduct consists of three levels of arches and is almost fifty metres tall. It was a key component of a system that transferred up to two hundred thousand cubic metres of water a day down from a mountain spring to the city of Nimes. As well as being able to walk across the bridge, along the river and hike up to the top and check out the tunnels that the water came through to the bridge.
Definitely worth a look! It has a very large park. And Roman ruins. It also boasts wide clean streets, many cute boutique stores and a rather interesting town crest. We started off by parking underground in the centre will never complain about Australian parking fees again and when we managed to exit the maze found ourselves face to stone with an arena, next to a Christmas fair!
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But tomorrow never comes, says Chief Vitalstatistix. Or does it? It looks as if it's come at last for Asterix, Obelix and the other villagers. And some surprising new characters fall along with the sky. In commemoration of Asterix's 50th birthday, born on 29 October in the pages of the very first issue of the weekly magazine Pilote, Albert Uderzo has come up with an exceptional gift to pay homage to his heroes and to the millions of their readers throughout the world!
True to the love of caricature and the mocking spirit of the Pilote years, Albert Uderzo has created an album of Asterix short stories focusing on the birthday theme and filled with 56 pages of hitherto unpublished drawings! While Asterix and Obelix are off hunting wild boar in the forest surrounding the Village, many of the characters from the Asterix albums come together, in answer to Chief Vitalstatistix's invitation, to prepare a birthday party for the two friends. A handsome album which concludes every rule has an exception! When Asterix and Obelix rescue a mysterious Pict named MacAroon, they must journey to Caledonia, now Scotland, to return him to his lady love, Camomilla, the adopted daughter of the old king.
However, the treacherous chieftain, MacCabeus, plans to marry her and claim the throne - with the help of the Romans! What with caber-tossing, bagpipes, malted water and an enormous otter in the loch, can the Gauls reunite MacAroon and Camomilla and enjoy some Roman-bashing along the way?
It contains all the vital ingredients of an Asterix magic potion: the history of Rome and the Gauls is revisited and rewritten with plenty of gags and puns thrown into the mix! By Toutatis! Dollar Bin Codeword. Date This week Last week Past month 2 months 3 months 6 months 1 year 2 years Pre Pre Pre Pre Pre s s s s s s Search Advanced. Issue ST. Published Jan by Dargaud. Available Stock Add to want list This item is not in stock. Issue 1-REP. Issue 2-REP No image available. Issue 3-REP. Issue 4-REP. Issue 5-REP. Issue ST No image available. Issue 6-REP. Published Jun by Dargaud. Add to cart Very Fine.
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