Hotel Les 3 Barbus

Address: Route de Mialet, Generargues, Languedoc-Roussillon, 30140, France | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Route de Mialet, Generargues, is near La Bambouseraie de Prafrance.
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    Travel Blogs from Generargues

    Moving onto Nimes, France

    A travel blog entry by kcroone on Jun 25, 2015

    5 photos

    Well, it all fit back in the suitcases! That is the bonus in my world! :-) We left about 8:00am and headed to St. Tropez. The boats were huge and the breeze was welcome. Wandered around to see what the area was all about-some very nice places to spend your money. Lunch was from an upscale French version of Subway. I am so sorry if I offended anyone but I was trying to find a way to describe this place! We enjoyed just sitting by the ...

    Pont du Gard and Uzes

    A travel blog entry by yvonneb33 on Jun 18, 2015

    3 comments, 2 photos

    ... appeared to have been repaired in recent times, creating a nice effect.
    Anyway, at the Pont du Gard, there was a huge carpark. They really must expect crowds. The whole facility is well done, with cafes, a visitor centre, a museum and a video presentation room. We found the video a bit arty touchy feely, with not much hard information in it, so felt compelled to visit the museum to learn more. This was also a bit thorough, and there was a ...

    Trip to Valliguiere

    A travel blog entry by robynbee on Jun 04, 2015

    15 photos

    ... br> Next day we drove to see the Baux de Provence which is called a Chateau but is more like an ancient castle with some very high points which looked out over some very *************e cliffs. This castle was definitely an early example of life in the early times when the Troglydites formed their cave dwellings within the cliff walls by digging in and chipping out shelves and fire and cooking areas not to mention Pigeon holes where they were housed for ...

    Hidden Treasure

    A travel blog entry by ryans_escapade on Feb 09, 2015

    9 photos

    ... condition considering its age. We followed the track to where the aqueduct starts. It is fed by an underground stream which is still pushing out water today (not via the aqueduct of course). Pure fresh water and it is delicious. We walked along the top of the aqueduct in parts and some of the stones have been lifted to reveal inside. It is hard to believe that they used this piece ...

    Elle est belle

    A travel blog entry by maccanat29 on Mar 07, 2014

    16 photos

    ... as we got closer to Sanilhac (pronounced San-ac). We did a few laps around a few round-abouts trying to work out where we were meant to turn; the sign posts were a bit skewed so it wasn't too obvious. We arrived safely after going over a magnificent stone bridge (built in 1245) in Pont St Nicholas, a beautiful, tiny village just minutes from our home in Sanilhac. On arriving there was some confusion as the local rep thought we were arriving ...