Cote Patio Hotel Nimes

31, rue de Beaucaire, Nîmes, Languedoc-Roussillon, 30000, France | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 31, rue de Beaucaire, Nīmes, is near Chateau de Tarascon, Chateau de Tarascon, Musee Souleiado, and Parcours de L'Art.
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    Travel Blogs from Nīmes

    A Secluded fort walk, exploring and swimming

    A travel blog entry by katemagnolia on Sep 10, 2014

    20 photos

    ... road, long route to get to this little villages main event- a fortress built high on a hill, overlooking the river. The fortress was built before the bridge, and had lead to the bridge being built, which in turn had brought the popes and inspired them to build their palace. The streets were deserted- aside from restaurant staff no one was about today, taking refuge from the heat, or stuck at work, who knows. It did mean we could stroll at our own place ...

    St Remy-de-Provence

    A travel blog entry by david.seldon on Sep 10, 2014

    12 photos

    ... help but admire the accuracy of the cuts in the stone blocks and the perfection in the way the whole thing is fitted together. I doubt they could do better today.... So after we'd "done " the Pont du Gard, we then headed for Le Baux en Provence where there was an art/light show called Les Carrieres de Lumieres, and Treas particularly wanted to see this... So, naturally, we went.... It was really only a hop, step and a jump away, maybe 20 or 30km away, and is really ...

    Tour de France

    A travel blog entry by joannacooper on Sep 09, 2014

    9 photos

    ... exploration on foot. Not a lot to see really, but we had some lunch and pressed on to Banon. Again, very scenic. We stopped at Banon and had a wander around - this village is at the highest point of that particular stage of the Tour. It's a small village with a couple of shops and we stopped for a coffee and an explore, but then set off back to base. Our GPS took us on ...

    After a long day we get to Nimes

    A travel blog entry by guyandhilli on Aug 12, 2014

    4 photos

    ... the ticket so it is easily accessible. She's also getting used to all the bikers' conventions... when to wave, when not to wave, when to put out a leg and when not to! It appears that the bigger touring bikes acknowledge each other, not the smaller ones... and just a rather restrained salute or wave will do. But if someone overtakes you (or you them) it seems that a leg wave is mandatory! All a bit ...

    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 ...