Big Ruby's Key West

Address: 35 Blvd. Gambetta, Aigues-Mortes, Languedoc-Roussillon, France | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 35 Blvd. Gambetta, Aigues-Mortes, is near Salin d'Aigues-Mortes, Ecurie des Dunes, Golf de la Grande-Motte, and Constance Tower.
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Travel Blogs from Aigues-Mortes


A travel blog entry by travelezeuk on Sep 23, 2015

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... much time for sunbathing! There are a plethora of interesting historic cities, towns and villages to explore, as well as the beautiful countryside of the Languedoc and Provence and, of course, the frenetic Mediterranean coast with its chic and stylish resorts crammed full of holiday makers.

If you are coming to the ...

The Camargue and Aigues-Mortes

A travel blog entry by galgano47 on Mar 27, 2015

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Because yesterday was such a "big" day, we decided to make a leisurely start and after the morning walk in to town for bread etc, we set out at 10.30 for the one hour drive to the wildest eastern side of the Camargue. The Camargue is western Europe's largest delta. 820 sq kilometres of which 1/3 is either lakes or marshes.

It is the home of a wide variety of birdlife, the most famous being the flamingos which certainly were a hit with Ches. She could ...

A rainy morning

A travel blog entry by stefanoandrea on Jun 08, 2013

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... the town wall which is in perfect state. Really pretty also inside with lots of nice terraces and small shops. After we left we went to see a gathering of Ferrari's near the port. There were about 30 of them in different colors and types, a boy's dream ! ...

A few days in Provence

A travel blog entry by soperclan on Jun 07, 2013

1 comment, 5 photos

... was amazing - fruits, vegetables, meats, cheeses, breads, olives, poultry (both dead and alive), hams and chorizos, sweet foods. We spent a few hours wandering the stalls and ended up with a decent haul at the end of our shopping.

That afternoon we took quietly, going for a bit of a wander around the old town, spending most of the time trying to sort out our one (and only) piece of unbooked travel - our first nights in Italy. The ...

Another Blue Dome Day

A travel blog entry by rae-n-gray on Oct 04, 2011

2 comments, 10 photos

... the commentary was in French, we were given an English translation, so were able to understand some of the history.

The ramparts were begun in 1245 and took many years to build. They are 6 metres wide at the bottom - they must have had strong horses back then if they thought they could ram ...

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