Hotel Imperator

Address: 15 Gaston Boissier, Nîmes, Languedoc-Roussillon, 30900, France | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 15 Gaston Boissier, Nīmes, is near Roman Ampitheatre (Arenes), Nimes Coloseum, Maison Carree, and Carre d'Art/Musee d'Art Contemporain.
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      Travel Blogs from Nīmes

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      A travel blog entry by danielriegel on Nov 20, 2014

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      A travel blog entry by danielriegel on Nov 18, 2014

      ... Arlesienne.

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      Lunch, Tour de France and a massive storm

      A travel blog entry by bmilnes on Jul 20, 2014

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      The Romans were here

      A travel blog entry by goseedokids on May 22, 2014

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      ... after failing to seize Narbonne, Charles Martel destroyed a number of Septimanian cities on his way north, including Nīmes and its amphitheatre, as asserted in the Continuations of Fredegar.

      Later a small neighbourhood developed within its confines, complete with one hundred denizens and two chapels. Seven hundred people lived within the amphitheatre during the apex of its service as an enclosed community.

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