Hotel l'Ecusson

Route Nimes (RN 2106), Ales, Languedoc-Roussillon, 30560, France | Hotel
Prices starting from $86.00

Travel Blogs from Ales

Sun 22 June/DAY 7 - Orange to Lagorce

A travel blog entry by timsparling


... of swimming pools. I jumped in about as quickly as I could after arriving. The water was perfect. Nearly everyone else was also in the pool, on the pool deck, or at an outdoor table at the bar next to the pools. It was a perfect way to end a hot day on the bike.

All 13 of us had dinner together in the hotel dining room. Some kilometres from the nearest towns, this was the only practical option. But it was good. It ...

Orange to Lagorce (Vallon-Pont-d'Arc)

A travel blog entry by timsparling


... the last couple of kilometres to the hotel gave us a quite steep climb.

As you peruse the pictures you may be able to see some small objects on the river. Those are kayaks, and when we got to the end we found a roaring business of kayak rentals with options of 8, 12, 24 and 30 km trips. It was very tempting.

This is obviously a popular French holiday area ...

Leaving Tresques....

A travel blog entry by goz60


... our farewells and then it's off to Avignon airport. It's a bit like Paraparaumu airport, very small, no arrivals on the board today and just our flight departing, so we have 2 hours sitting here, get a few postcards written and then finally we are off to London. We manage to save a fellow passengers day, she left her purse open on a seat in the departure lounge, so got that back to her on the plane and we are off, it is ...

Our market trip to Uzes

A travel blog entry by goz60


... Orange. Orange has one of the best Roman Arena's in Europe. It is pretty spectacular!! Unfortunately a lot of the decorative pieces on the stage area have been removed over the many thousands of years since it was built, it has been used for many different purposes, and is still in use today, an Abba tribute band played here for the last 2 night's. Even Dire Straits played here in the 80's. It would be fantastic to ...

Salut a Tous #13

A travel blog entry by chloecd


... Obviously on his way back from the bakers. I have a feeling he might have even been wearing a beret! The town was built on a hillside, and at the bottom had water pouring out of what we think must have been a natural spring somewhere underneath it. It wasfantastic, as there was a tiny stream, that turned in a matter of meters into a large, fast flowing river. Which then went past Grandad’s water mill, so has obviously at some point in the past been powerful enough to power ...


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