Hotel Forum

Address: 24 Rue du Forum, Carpentras, Provence, 84200 , France | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 24 Rue du Forum, Carpentras, is near La Synagogue, La Collegiale de la Conversion de St-Paul, and Domaine de Durban.
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      Travel Blogs from Carpentras

      Fontvieille

      A travel blog entry by lancastersgapyr on Nov 30, 2014

      16 photos

      We arrived at Fontvielle.

      We went to look around the streets at 5:00 in the afternoon.
      While we were walking around the streets my brother split open his leg.
      My Dad had to carry him back to the house.

      The next day we went to Arles for a day trip to walk around, and look at all the Christmas stuff all around the streets and the markets.

      And we ...

      Avignon Papal Palace

      A travel blog entry by danielriegel on Nov 19, 2014

      When you awaken this morning, you'll find yourself in Avignon. Set off on a walking tour to discover the City of Popes. For most of the 14th century, the popes left the turmoil of Rome and installed themselves in this calm possession of the Catholic Church. In Avignon, beginning with Clement V (who was born here), they built residences, chateaux, a ...

      Bus to Arles via Viviers

      A travel blog entry by danielriegel on Nov 17, 2014

      ... and emerald-green wooded hillsides.

      This morning you'll arrive in Viviers—the gateway to Provence—where you’ll enjoy a closer look at this charming town on an included walking tour. Then you'll have free time to explore on your own.
      ...

      Ancient Towns and Structures

      A travel blog entry by west_we_go on Sep 30, 2013

      9 photos

      ... This structure, an aqueduct constructed of stone blocks, was built by the Romans over 2,000 years ago and was part of the water supply scheme for Nimes to south. Water from springs at Uzes was reticulated via channels and tunnels and using the Pont du Gard to cross the Gardon River. This system stretched over 50 km with a total fall from the source to Nimes of only 17 m.
      This is an amazing piece of engineering considered how long ago it was built. You wonder how the ...

      Back on the bike, better than expected in the heat

      A travel blog entry by allangraham on Jul 09, 2013

      5 photos

      ... bite of lunch - very easy.
      In the evening we tried to head out for a cycle through town for a bit of touristing to see some of the sites, the town had a tourist star on our map so we were interested in the why.
      I made the mistake of heading out on the bikes with sandals on - very awkward not being clipped in but definitely cooler. The sky was black as and we ended up following a ...