Hotel Du Viaduc

Address: 9, Rue du Viaduc, Tarascon, Provence, 13150, France | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 9, Rue du Viaduc, Tarascon, is near Chateau de Tarascon, Chateau de Tarascon, Musee Souleiado, and Parcours de L'Art.
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      Provencal wine country stole my heart

      A travel blog entry by kelmichellebell on Feb 18, 2015

      23 photos

      ... to the car to drive back to our B&B. As we approached our B&B this time from a way that wasn't the wrong way up a one-way, we kept seeing signs pointing towards the Chateau. We decided to drive up to take a quick peak in the dark before going to bed. It was stunning.

      In the morning we ate breakfast in our hosts living room. You normally eat on her balcony overlooking wine country, but in February it's still a bit too cold for that. She set out an excellent ...

      The Walled Community of Old Avignon

      A travel blog entry by ryans_escapade on Feb 16, 2015

      12 photos

      ... thing is that this city was a kind of Vatican. All of the early Popes initially lived and ruled from old Avignon, they even have a Palais De Pepe, (Palace of the Pope) here in this walled city. We saw the Basilica and they even had a Mint in this city. It was kind of surreal as we walked into the main area of the city, looked back and it was truly like a "Main Street" in any city, there were cars, ...

      Aven d'Orgnac

      A travel blog entry by ryans_escapade on Feb 12, 2015

      9 photos

      ... cave was discovered by Robert de Joly in August 1935, he was the leader of a team of speleologists, (they are people who scientifically study caves). On his death he was cremated and his ashes are now in an urn and set between a group of stalagmites. We walked down 55mtrs to the first level and wow, what a mind blowing sight. These stalagmites and stalactites are millions of years old and growing. It reminded me of an underground garden. I have seen ...

      Small Village

      A travel blog entry by sarah314 on Jul 29, 2013

      8 photos

      ... he died the King of France reclaimed Provence and turned his castle into a jail. Now it's a museum! It could have been due to the rain but today the buildings looked very "fake" like they were on a movie set. Hope the pictures show that because it was kind of ...

      France & Spain - Baguettes and Paella!!

      A travel blog entry by martandavetrip on Sep 12, 2012

      26 photos

      ... get around, we simply hired a bike and rode through the historic center, down the beautiful park it was created on the banks of the old river, past the impressive modern buildings of the art and science district and along the seaside. The central market was a great find, we could get fresh bread with Harmon and cheese for lunch but unfortunately we could not taste a good Paella which is supposed to be the traditional meal. A bit disappointed by the one we tasted!
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