Hotel Des Arts
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... mountains in the background was heavenly! It took relaxing to another level.
After exploring and photographing the castle and small fishing dock houses on the coast, we headed back to the carpark. When i mean "headed"- we ran. It was 10 minutes until we had to pay for three hours parking which we couldn't afford. It was clever but 2 hours was €5 or 4 hours was €10, we didn't have €10 to spend! The car park staff laughed at us, they must ...
... with Forum and colosseum. Well the signs said historical centre, the traffic was a total jam, we wound back and forth through too narrow streets at 'get out of school' time and saw no sign of the 'historical sights' expected. Nimes was a very modern city with an old train bridge running through the middle. It's put us further behind and for no gain of sights. Will have to ask Francesca why we had it on the list???? Route takes us to the outskirts of ...
... began more than a century ago. Here we saw the beautiful 17th century chateau before waiting for our taxi to transfer us back to our accommodation "The Pyramide".
We returned to prepapre for dinner at the same restaurant as the night before, and of course had another 3 course meal.
... the village. Of course, before we started sightseeing, we just had to have a coffee and pastry.
We walked right up to the highest point, to take advantage of the breathtaking panoramic views amongst the ruins of the castle.
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We then prepared ourselves for dinner. Another 3 course meal was had by all compimented with Rouge Vin
After dinner it was off to bed to prepae for the next day's ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking