Hotel du Bois des Espiesses

Address: 127 route d'Ales, Nîmes, Languedoc-Roussillon, 30000, France | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 127 route d'Ales, Nīmes, is near Nimes Coloseum, Jardins de la Fontaine, Maison Carree, and Magne Tower.
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    Sans soucis a sud de la France - day 3

    A travel blog entry by toridixon on Aug 12, 2015

    2 comments, 5 photos

    ... slowly. Last night was very warm and no air-con. The surrounding villages and sights.are full of tourists this week, but it will be quieter next week when school resumes, and hopefully a little cooler.

    Andrew has just visited the bakery and returned with croissant and baguettes for our breafkast - so hard to resist.

    Au revoir,

    Tori and Andrew.



    A travel blog entry by erin1990 on Jul 25, 2015

    2 photos

    It's time to make my way from Nice back up towards Paris and stop number one is Avignon. Avignon is a little town in France and is built with a fortress wall all the way around the town. I stayed at the POP hostel which hands down has the best hostel bed in Europe. Unfortunately I do not have a picture but hopefully my description will do it ...

    Roman Ruins and very impressive Aquaduct

    A travel blog entry by lonnie.parker on Apr 14, 2015

    5 photos

    ... Just a really big goldfish pond with fountains, but pretty - worth the visit.

    Trying to get to Pont du Gard from Nimes led us on a gorgeous detour through beautiful wine country with rustic French country roads with poplar tree glades. Well worth the extra drive and even more so the Pont du Gard. A world heritage site that is a 3-tier Aquaduct that carried water 50km from Uzés to Nimes. ...

    A wet start....

    A travel blog entry by smudgeymum on Aug 19, 2014

    4 photos

    ... a superbly preserved Roman Amphitheatre which is still used frequently for concerts and bull fighting today. It was an interesting conversation with the children about what it had been used for 2 thousand years ago! Public executions and gladiator fights, not to mention the bull fighting which still happens there in July - couldn't think of an explanation for that one....2 very concerned faces!

    It was very hot in the Arene, but we had a wander around the top ...

    Finding Nimes

    A travel blog entry by maccanat29 on Mar 24, 2014

    2 comments, 20 photos

    ... than I expected on the inside. It was designed so that the crowd could be seated and dispersed quickly; would you believe that it is a 'vomitorium'? It is essentially the same design that we use today in stadiums. The seating within the arena was very important. Each level of society had a spot where they could sit; one could not sit in a spot that was above or below one's social level. As such, the most important families and dignitaries got the seats closest ...