Hotel Les 3 Barbus
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... shop displays are like works of art; so precisely arranged. On Saturday morning there was a produce market with over 200 stalls. The produce is just so good that it encouraged us to eat in.
We did a day trip to Chateauneuf Du Pape, in the famous wine district of Cotes De Rhone. Here I needed to limit Peter's wine purchases as bottles take up valuable clothes shopping space in the suitcases. He can only buy ...
We couldn't bear to miss one of the greatest sites in all of France – the Pont du Gard! So even though we didn’t have a lot of time, we stopped by on our way to the Domaine de Gressac. We lucked out with a beautiful morning creating an absolutely picturesque visit to the Pont du Gard. The Pont du Gard is the worlds tallest aqueduct built by the Romans in a mere 5 years! Almost 2,000 years ago the Romans built this aqueduct to supply ...
... questions the tour took an hour not 20 mins, felt very lucky as he loved the cave and gets to explore not only the ones we could access but the other 14 kms of caves we can't go to as its too dangerous but beautiful- a job is is proud to do as he sees himself as a gatekeeper! All in french too, when things are in context we can both get the drift of whats being said it seems.....
... 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 ...
... and serious damage was inflicted on it in the 17th century. It attracted increasing attention starting in the 18th century and became an important tourist destination. Technical details: The Fontaine d'Eure, at 76 m (249 ft) above sea level, is only 17 m (56 ft) higher than the repartition basin in Nîmes, but this provided a sufficient gradient to sustain a steady flow of water to the 50,000 inhabitants of the Roman city. The aqueduct's average gradient is only ...