We shared our jeep with two other people and the tour guide (Camargue tours) was fabulous. Not only did we walk along the Watermill adjacent to olive trees but the tour guide was extremely familiar with all the history of this 2000+ year old aqueduct. On the way to other hill side towns he stopped and picked wild spices and herbs for us to enjoy the scents. A stop at a busy but amazing market place in St. Remy and a quick look at the hospital (in Glanum) that Van Gogh was sent to after loping off his ear lobe! A ride up to the top of the mountain (where most tourists don't go) offered a remarkable view of the north and south.
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