Le Pre Galoffre

Address: Route de Generac, Nîmes, Languedoc-Roussillon, 30900, France | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Route de Generac, Nīmes, is near Nimes Coloseum, Roman Ampitheatre (Arenes), Maison Carree, and Carre d'Art/Musee d'Art Contemporain.
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    Travel Blogs from Nīmes

    Montpellier, The City of Crepes ;) But not really

    A travel blog entry by slonge on Nov 09, 2014

    15 photos

    ... was another young student city, as there is a pretty big university there. I ate the best crepe with Nutella and a banana that I have ever had during my time here in France so far. I am sad that I will be stuck comparing all crepes to this big yummy, good priced crepe from now on….I haven’t actually had a crepe in Rochefort yet. Perhaps I should start taste testing ;)

    The first day we checked into our “hostel,” fetched ...

    Pinch me i'm dreaming

    A travel blog entry by lusan on Oct 11, 2014

    27 photos

    ... to the hilltop. Yes there she is i say and she still has the beret which i purchase with a matching scarf made by the lovely patient stall holder from her own Alpaca.

    We walk down the steep hill past the Roman villa. It is a huge excavation covering many acres. This was a very large Roman settlement and excavation is still in progress. The most beautiful cats everywhere walking amongst the ruins sleeping on the marble in the sun. i think they must ...

    Good friends, good food and Feria

    A travel blog entry by lauraandmikey on Sep 22, 2014

    1 comment, 33 photos

    ... on the floor of the central market and on plaques embedded in many city streets. This odd coat of arms is another Roman influence, and derives from Caesar’s conquering of Egypt. As a reward for their service, soldiers from the campaign were given plots of land to settle in what today is Nimes, and around the same time a coin was produced picturing the crocodile chained to a palm tree, symbolising the conquest of Egypt. So there is an interesting tidbit of ...

    More Roman history!

    A travel blog entry by dligonsf on Jun 24, 2014

    19 photos

    ... Constantine endowed the city with baths. It became the seat of the Diocesan Vicar, the chief administrative officer of southern Gaul.

    The town was prosperous until the end of the 3rd century – during the 4th and 5th centuries, the nearby town of Arles enjoyed more prosperity. In the early 5th century the Praetorian Prefecture was moved from Trier in northeast Gaul to Arles. The city was finally captured from the Romans by the Visigoths in 473 ...

    Finding Nimes

    A travel blog entry by maccanat29 on Mar 24, 2014

    2 comments, 20 photos

    Nimes is a gorgeous, historic town. It is famous for it's Roman remains, particularly the Maison Carrée, a beautifully preserved Roman temple, and the Arena, one of three large Roman arenas in the south of France. Although the Nimes arena is 2000 years old, it is still used as a venue for events, including concerts and French bull-fighting, a version of the Spanish tradition in which the bull is not killed. One presumes that the matador is not killed either!
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