DAY 4 Arles, France
, to Barcelona, Spain, seven hours in the car "The final day was much more of a race because there was a time trial part and you had to reach the town of Lloret De Mar by 4pm.
It is believed to have been thrown into the Rhone in Arles, France
, after Caesar was murdered because people no one wanted to be associated with him.
On December 23, 1888, a prostitute in the town of Arles, France
received a strange Christmas present.
Sotherton lies eighth with her 6,210 at Gotzis, Austria and will be looking to improve on that performance, while Hazel and Hollman scored over 5,500 points at Arles, France
, earlier this month.
He was in the 344th Engineers--went on into Germany, then back to Arles, France
, where he was shipped back to the USA and home in November 1945.
In the opening game of the other group in Arles, France
hammered a disappointing Russia 80-0 in coach John Monie's first game in charge.
I pursued an obsessive interest in Van Gogh which culminated in my founding the Liverpool-based arts and cultural organisation The Yellow House, named after the artist's house in Arles, France
Madame Jeanne Calment [1875-1997] of Arles, France
, already outlived that assumption by a year and a half.
The image of Thompson, whose world championship gold in Helsinki in 1983 was sandwiched between two Olympic triumphs, has hung over him ever since he burst onto the world scene in May 1999 with a marvellous 8,347 points in Arles, France
, a total bettered by no other Briton than Thompson.
But they've managed it and recently previewed a wealth of tracks at an open-air show in Arles, France
A slight hamstring injury forced Rugby's AAA and inter-counties long jump champion Steve Phillips to pull out of the England team competing in Arles, France
, last weekend.
Renee Behnke, owner of Sur La Table, along with members of the retailer's buying team, will take trips to Arles, France
, as well as Morroco, Tunisia and Egypt, for product inspiration.