The road to Saint Remy was one of the shortest of the trip, which allowed us time to stop and explore the 10th century Abbaye de Montmajour along the way. Later, loaded up with fruit and cheese form the market outside of Arles, we stopped and made a picnic on top of a roman aqueduct. We pulled in to out hotel outside of Saint Remy and did our usual routine of a quick dip in the pool, then walk into the old town for dinner. Saint Remy is quite compact and most restaurants are actually on the circular road around the old town, but we found an excellent creperie in a tree-covered square, where children played games around us. The next day, we did a loop which took us to the abandoned hill town in Egalieres, where we had lunch among the crumbling houses. We enjoyed fruit which was previously purchased from the most cheerful woman in the world who had a small stand outside of her farm house which we passed along the way. Our last stop before heading home was the Roman town of Galum, now mostly excavated foundations, but with a well preserved arch.