Holiday Inn Nimes Petite Camargue
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... is fine, there was another hostel confirmation that I got saying that we had to pay for the room in cash, but this one did not. He asked some weird questions and I’m pretty sure it was a guy saying he had a hostel, but really just rented out rooms to people for a couple of nights or a week, however long they dared to stay. The good thing was that our room was in a different building than the “hostel office” and we only had to see this guy as we ...
... scallops the size of fried eggs i have never seen scallops this big before. A firm white flesh fish is wrapped and goes into our basket.
The fish is tender and succulent. The scallops cooked in rich creamy butter and finely minced garlic are exquisite. The bottle of wine from the region Katia has left us is delicious.
We are relaxed and starting to feel like we are in the most beautiful dream and i reach over and pinch Lucas gently ...
... building into an amusement ride, pushing people in it up and down the cobble stoned street causing quite a ruckus! It was all part of the fun though, and most nights if we weren’t partying with them, we’d fall into a wine and food coma!
The local school kids even added to the atmosphere, walking around town trying to raise money for their school ball by having people pay to cream pie them in the face! I think we all ended up having a go at this, and ...
Nīmes became a Roman colony sometime before 28 BC. Nīmes was already under Roman influence, though it was Augustus who made the city the capital of Narbonne province, and gave it all its glory.
The city had an estimated population of 60,000 in the time of Augustus. Augustus gave the town a ring of ramparts six kilometres (3.7 miles) long, reinforced by fourteen towers; two gates remain today: the Porta Augusta and the Porte de France. An aqueduct ...
... for design of auditoriums today and was called a Vomitarium (for the quick exit of tens of thousands of spectators) - and is obviously the geniuses of you know what (that's specially for you Kath!!). We are given entry tickets and an hour to explore inside. Julian also suggests if we have time to head down another nearby street to see the "Square House". Inside the arena we take the audio guide and follow through the site visit listening to the commentary. This arena ...