Villa Hugon

Address: 73 rue des Brasseries, Ruoms, Rhône-Alpes, 07120, France | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 73 rue des Brasseries, Ruoms, is near Ardeche Gorge.
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    Travel Blogs from Ruoms

    Thirty-six thousand years and counting...

    A travel blog entry by sharpeworth on Apr 27, 2015

    7 photos

    ... in Ardeche. Sally was hoping to be able to visit an ancient cave painting site, like Lascaux, and with some research, we found the Chauvet caves. This group of caves was discovered in the early 1990s (their entrance had been covered by a rock fall about 20,000 years ago) and contains a large number of caverns whose walls are covered with a variety of cave paintings made by the residents of the area about 36.000 years ...

    Viviers - Grignan - and a rest

    A travel blog entry by alexsandral on Mar 31, 2015

    1 comment, 43 photos

    ... Market Day but it was not a very big market. The surrounding countryside was very nice, it is the first region for black truffle production with 400 truffle producers in the area, producing six tons of truffles a week. The world-wide price for truffles is also fixed in a local market here. Black Winter truffles are around €900 kg, Autumn Medium truffles are around €200 - €300 kg and the Summer Truffles around €100 ...

    The ultimate roman arch bridge

    A travel blog entry by goseedokids on May 23, 2014

    14 photos

    ... as a sword across it, as he has every historical site so far.

    In the 1800's they built a bridge next to the aqueduct, so we were able to walk across that and get up and close to see how the aqueduct was constructed to. You could see all the notches left inside the arches where the beams of timber where originally as they were building the arch around it. They also used stones that stuck a foot or more out of ...

    Basel& through Switzerland

    A travel blog entry by janeenidmanagh on Nov 30, 2012

    ... a good view of the big vats where the milk is turned into cheese. We were able to also see the huge cellars where the cheeses are put to mature. As we left we were presented with some welcome samples. We carried on through the snow showers until eventually we reached Vevey at Lake Lausanne. Here we stopped for almost 2 hours for lunch & a walk around. The lake was grey & cold. Found Charlie Chaplin's statue a one ...

    Camping a la Camargue

    A travel blog entry by billnpat on Mar 23, 2011

    28 photos

    ... hole in the Plexiglas which encircles her. There was also a considerable bit of film on the front of the Plexiglas from kisses.

    The church was founde in the 5th or 6th C, and the current edifice was built in the 13th C, sacked by Napolean’s troops, and rebuilt again in the 19th C, at which time most of the ostentatious decorating was added.

    The location of the monastery is the most important thing. It is set on a hillside halfway up some very striking ...