Hotel des Arts

Address: 27 avenue Victor Hugo, Sete, Languedoc-Roussillon, 34200, France | 3 star hotel
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located on 27 avenue Victor Hugo, Sete, is near Popeye and Musee de Frontignan.
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Travel Blogs from Sete

DTS Week 11: A Summary

A travel blog entry by gerrittnmaggie on Nov 11, 2014

It has been about 9 weeks since our last blog.
Seeing as how it's mostly been teaching, I wanted to keep the blog to travel events and ministry, but here's an update on how the students are doing!

Week 3: "The Father Heart of God" week. It's always a big one in a DTS, as it often deals with the way people see God, and the way He looks at us.

Week 4 was a week on "Relationships: With friends and family, opposite gender, ...

Montpellier, The City of Crepes ;) But not really

A travel blog entry by slonge on Nov 09, 2014

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... was another young student city, as there is a pretty big university there. I ate the best crepe with Nutella and a banana that I have ever had during my time here in France so far. I am sad that I will be stuck comparing all crepes to this big yummy, good priced crepe from now on….I haven’t actually had a crepe in Rochefort yet. Perhaps I should start taste testing ;)

The first day we checked into our “hostel,” fetched ...

Aigue-Mortes ramparts

A travel blog entry by arwie on Sep 26, 2014

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Pack up at gite as we have to leave today. Goodbye to lovely grandparents, Pirette and Serge and the rest of family at Ecole de Saint Roman. We cannot go too far as Patrick has a dentist appointment for a broken tooth later this afternoon. So Aigues-Mortes again, this time to walk the ramparts. When we arrive we are not allowed to take the dogs with us. Too hot to leave them in the car. Nothing is going right! Sulky lunch then off to dentist. Dentist, ...

Meze and the oyster farms

A travel blog entry by yaya7 on Sep 13, 2014

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... I never knew it was so labor intensive! We had fun tasting oysters and mussels straight from the water. They were really good. And, of course, wine was also served. When the boat returned we had som time to eat lunch in Meze or wander around the town. Sorry, I forgot to take a picture of our delicious food. I had fish, Richard had paella with mussels and shrimp and ...

Loving this Med - Part 2

A travel blog entry by jenniferklm on Jun 04, 2013

3 comments, 29 photos

... up a fairly steep hill above the canal. SÚte is known as the Venice of France because besides being the beginning of the Canal du Midi, it has several other canals leading into the Med and into the Etang de Thau, a big enclosed saltwater "pond" where aquaculture - oysters and mussels - reigns supreme. The old town climbs a hill on one side of the canal and occupies flat land on the other side, along with pleasure and fishing boat marinas, a fish market, boat yards and ...