Hotel de Digoine

Address: 5 quai Madier de Montjau, Bourg-Saint-Andeol, Ardeche, Rhône-Alpes, 07700, France | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 5 quai Madier de Montjau, Bourg-Saint-Andeol, is near Eden Canoe.
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      Travel Blogs from Bourg-Saint-Andeol

      A week in Uzès

      A travel blog entry by westcrofter on Aug 13, 2014

      1 comment, 27 photos

      ... that city of the famous bridge in the nursery rhyme (and nowadays what's left of it doesn't go all the way over the river Rhône ) and the enormous Papal Palace from the time when the Popes set up their headquarters there in the 14th century.

      Another day we went to see the aqueduct left behind by the Romans, crossing the Gardon river nearby. This was an amazing structure built more than 2000 years ago ...

      Arles for the day

      A travel blog entry by mslb on Sep 19, 2013

      4 photos

      This morning we took the train to the village of Arles to sight see, and sight see we did! The train ride was a short 20 minutes, then we walked to the first stop which was the Amphitheatre. This structure was built around 90 AD and could hold 20000 spectators! Next we made our way an ancient Roman Theatre built late in the first century BC. Next, the cathedral Saint Triophime built in the ...

      The village life for me.

      A travel blog entry by richfamily on May 14, 2013

      1 comment, 8 photos

      ... Sablet is not your everyday destination when coming to Provence but it is near the main towns and was the most reasonably priced place that was available. And the photos in the profile looked half decent. In a way we are off the beaten tourist track but it is worth it.

      Drove to the next village which is a metropolis compared to our village to do some groceries. In the process of looking for the supermarket we decided that we would have to go back there on ...

      Kidnapped by a bloke with a horse and cart!

      A travel blog entry by smudgeymum on Aug 15, 2011

      3 photos

      ... go for a ride around the village. "C'est gratuit! C'est pour les enfants!" How could we say non! In we climbed and off we (the horses) trotted! Cheered Helena up at least!

      We returned to the villa and had yet another swim. Then it was BBQ time; a gas one too! Burgers, pork kebabs and sausages cooked beautifully - how easy and tasty...might have to get one. Another late night for the kids. We sat up 'til late making plans with our Michelin guidebook! x

      Amazing engineering feat well worth a visit

      A travel blog entry by rnriggins on Aug 23, 2010

      1 comment, 22 photos

      ... ride through the countryside. The bus dropped us off right at the museum and visitors center but the parking lot was practically empty. I knew the museum was open but there was no one around. It's a really large museum and visitors center with cafes, 2 gift shops, theater, museum, library, kids center, offices, etc. Apparently the French are not morning people. Eventually I found an employee to ask about buying a ticket.