Appart'Hōtel Le Cheval Blanc
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
Photos of Appart'Hōtel Le Cheval Blanc
TravelPod Member ReviewsAppart'Hōtel Le Cheval Blanc Nīmes
A great place, clean, well situated and not expansive. The appartment is really awesome.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
TripAdvisor Reviews Appart'Hōtel Le Cheval Blanc Nīmes
Travel Blogs from Nīmes
... the north (read Germans) sacked the town, people were building houses inside the theatre, using the wall as a wall of their houses, for protection.
By the late 1500’s a soldier from the Netherlands were given the town by Charlemagne and he took on the title of William, Prince of Orange. ...
... eat at the café followed by a walk through Kensington gardens where we ended up having lunch outside at Diana’s playground. After strolling around the park, past the pond and Albert’s memorial we wandered down to the Natural History Museum which was probably our longest wait. After seeing a few dinosaurs we decided waiting over 60 minutes to see a few more was not worth it so we went through the mammal and earthquake zones. Leaving there Maddi lost her ...
... Toni and Tony did a quick shop to make sure we had everything we
needed for the upcoming weekend and continued on with planning for London
trip. Maddi and Mum had planned to do a
bike ride to Odysseum to pick up a couple of essentials however had issues
getting the bikes hired so ended up taking the boys to rugby in the car and
driving out to Odysseum – we will do a cycle another time. Maddi got her Jean
Corban picked up ...
... cream! Girls were also impressed they have 3 tortoises roaming the garden and a cat who looks like che with long hair. Completely full we rolled into the car just a a massive thunder storm broke overhead. We had the first hour or more of the drive home in torrential rain with thunder and lightning overhead with flooded roads and everyone flashing their hazard lights. The storm was very unseasonal for July so ...
... after failing to seize Narbonne, Charles Martel destroyed a number of Septimanian cities on his way north, including Nīmes and its amphitheatre, as asserted in the Continuations of Fredegar.
Later a small neighbourhood developed within its confines, complete with one hundred denizens and two chapels. Seven hundred people lived within the amphitheatre during the apex of its service as an enclosed community.