Hotel Les 3 Barbus
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... rivers throughout the town. There are also many old waterwheels that were used to power the silk and woollen mills that operated during the 18th century.
If our apartment in Uzes was chic, then the apartment in Isle sur la Sorgue is like living in a display home. In a building dating back to 1597, the large ground floor apartment is one big space with no doors and half height wooden partitions to divide the ...
... white wine. Delicious!
We spent some time with the kids too and it was cute to see how likened my dad to their Grandpa, Papou ;-) They are the sweetest kids and such a joy to be around. Alexi showed me his Christmas list for the Père Noël; it’s such fun to see kids that age filled with the wonder and magic of Christmas.
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"Integrate what you believe into every single area of your life." - Meryl Streep
... or teacher....felt v proud of ouselves!
Wonderful to return. The Ardeche Gorge is magnificent, the colours, the light, the amazing views from the road along the top, which David took in his stride driving along (lots of 100 metre sheer drops) whilst I gripped the seat in despair. Conciously I knew the road was a great one, smooth, wide, well marked and with great stopping points ...
... Right in the centre of Nimes, with windows lining both sides of a stunning light filled open plan living area, the most amazing kitchen with kick **** stove, and the terracotta rooftops of beautiful Nimes all around us. To top it off, our hosts, Melisa and JB were lovely, lovely people, who went out of their way showing us their local hangouts, introducing us to their friends, sourcing souvenir posters for us from a bar down the street, and we went out together several ...
... 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 ...