Aude Hotel

Address: Autoroute A9 | Aire Narbonne-Vinassan Nord, Vinassan, Languedoc-Roussillon, 11110, France | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Autoroute A9 | Aire Narbonne-Vinassan Nord, Vinassan, is near Lapidaire Museum (Musee Lapidaire), Donjon Gilles Aycelin, and Narbonnaise Park (Parc de la Narbonnaise).
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Travel Blogs from Vinassan

Goodbye Spain - Hello France

A travel blog entry by rdtodd on Feb 27, 2015

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... roads in Spain (and so far in France ) are excellent so taking alternate routes is not a problem. On the first day we went though 22 tunnels totaling over 14 KMs and over countless bridges as we played tag with the coastal mountains and the Mediterranean sea. Also went through an area near Almeria province where the land was almost totally covered with greenhouses between the Mediterranean and the mountains. When we checked it out later we ...

Day Tripping - Part 2

A travel blog entry by rdtodd on Feb 15, 2015

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... from our would- be origional rental was plainly visible each time we returned to Triana from an excursion. It is most pretty twinkling in the distance at night. Over the course of the last month seeing it there sparked many a discussion on the merits of driving up to see it. A little reluctantly, last Saturday we decided to give the drive up a try and we are really glad we did. It's a small white-washed town of 1600 people ...

Friday the thirteenth

A travel blog entry by suepeter on Feb 13, 2015

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We left Nimes and continued to head south. Should I say we tried to leave. Pete shut the car keys inside the van while I was paying the lady at the campsite. With the engine running. After some tense ten minutes he managed to break in. Then I panicked that it was too easy to break in to so made him drive to the local shops to ...

Ancestors

A travel blog entry by annieandgary123 on Jul 02, 2014

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... animal bones and tools on display that had been excavated from the cave floor's many archaeological layers. The Cave Bear, the largest European bear, was of particular interest to me. The build of its body was similar to the grizzly but is not ancestor to the grizzly or brown bear we know today. They hibernated in limestone caves and were plant eaters. This species evolved in Europe during the Pleistocene but then became extinct about 27,000 years ago. ...

Caunes-Minervois

A travel blog entry by kstubbs97 on Sep 21, 2013

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... the basketball. It's about 5.30 and the little square is in shade, but still pleasantly warm. The only sounds are low murmurs of conversation and the splash of water in the fountain. The sun casts long shadows on the buildings across the street that were already old before my country was "discovered". Not sure if it's the beer or the village, but I think this is the most relaxed I've felt since arriving in France.


Though a much as I like Caunes-Minervois, ...