Hotel de l'Europe

2, place des Martyrs, Lunel, Languedoc-Roussillon, 44600, France | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 2, place des Martyrs, Lunel.
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Travel Blogs from Lunel

To Market, To Market .......

A travel blog entry by yaya7 on Sep 10, 2014

1 comment, 10 photos

... just to name a few. Although I would have loved to take a nap after this feast, I had wanted to walk to the top of Mount St. Clair for what was to be a beautiful view of the city. The lady at the Hotel desk said it would take about 30 minutes. Well, perhaps her English is not as good as we thought because it took about an hour and 30 minutes! And, I might add, it was all uphill. MAP and Susie said they were going to do it also, but I never saw them. I won't mention how ...

From French Riveria to Provence

A travel blog entry by david2014trip on Sep 06, 2014

3 photos

... be a continuous succession of banks and money machines. The boulevarde is very attractive as it is lined with trees and we stop to watch some impromptu street dancing, did a little shopping and stop for a drink. On reaching Tarascon about an hour later our problems begin. The GPS does not recognise the address of our B &B and nor do the locals. Also the detailed map instructions we have do not work either. Complicating matters my cellphone is all but dead ...

The Camargue - pretty birds and dragonflies

A travel blog entry by mitchandsam on Aug 30, 2014

10 photos

... season (you cannot see a spare inch of space for the sheer numbers of them on the wetlands), there were still quite a reasonable amount of them. There was also a surprisingly good variety of other wetland birds around including varieties of herons, egrets, a couple of storks and various others unknown to me. I bought a bird book of all the birds of the wetlands and can do some more reading and research with the photos I have taken. I also became quite excited when I ...

Good bye souillac

A travel blog entry by zaccyboy on Aug 30, 2014

... bridges that were so tiny that I had to duck when we I was sitting down. The bridges were about 1 metre tall off the water. After that we found a place right next to the jousting, jousting is a sport where you have a shield and a stick and you have to push the other person off into the water. The wind was so strong that it blew my menu into the water and it blew the bill into the water. Then we came back to the hotel for me to write ...

What have the Romans ever done for us!

A travel blog entry by grahamcarol on Jun 28, 2013

3 comments, 12 photos

... Nimes could obtain the spring water benefit that derived from Uzes. It is one of the longest and highest aqueducts built by the Romans as its length is 50 kilometres and the height of the actual bridge is 48.47 metres. It is recorded that the middle tier has 12 arches, the top tier has 47 arches but nowhere could I find out how many arches were on the bottom tier. I had not counted the arches at the time we were at the bridge but had garnered all the above information ...