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Four of us had lunch. It was ok. FOOD: 3.0 - Salmon - Asparagus and Ham AMBIANCE: 3.0. Lunch outside in front. Roman Arena right in front and Roman Theatre on the left (when facing out
was sublime, and not just because of the weather outside! The owner's also a charming and friendly older gentleman who seems really knowledgable about the area's Roman history and culture in
Roman Aqueduct! Walk across it! Take a little hike. Amazing this is still standing! ! Walk across the bridge to see some spectacular 2000 year old olive trees. Pack a picnic, frolic in
in 123 BC by Roman consul Sextius Calvinus, who gave his name to it's springs.
nearby the Saint Victor's abbey (beautiful Roman monument).
of the original Roman baths built in 122 BC. and the facilities are capital: turkish bath, saunas, hydromassage, lounges, treatments, restaurant, indoor and outdoor pools fed from hot springs
worry about blocking traffic. Great location vor visiting the Burgundy and Rhine wine country, the Pontiac du Gard and Nimes' Roman amphitheater. We'll be back
and the Roman aquaduct at Pont du Garde.
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