After lunch we set off for Uzes which is a small town like most others in the area dating back to Roman times, however it is best known for its Medieval streets, castle and market square.
Duchy of Uzes (Dukes' Castle) is another feature of the town.
Place aux Herbes. Markets are held here on Wednesdays and Saturdays small shops and restaurants can be found in the buildings facing the square.
Pont du Gard, part of a 50 km Roman aqueduct built in the first century to supply water to the City of Nimes. The three level aqueduct measures 50 metres high and crosses the River Gardon.
|View approaching the bridge|
Dinner that evening was a Chaine des Rotisseurs menu. After the meal the ship sailed closer to view Avignon's best known bridge while the song, Sur le pont d'Avignon, was being played. However it was raining, so a few of us braved the weather to view the bridge before returning to the comfort of the Lounge. The entertainment that evening was a musical duo, La Strada, playing light classical music.