Ibis Budget Montpellier Sud Près D'Arenes
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... in, and luckily he was not there when we were checking out, in fact nobody was there for us to checkout, even though we went during the “hour of checkout.” We had some good laughs the whole time we were there anyways, wondering if we were going to have some surprise visitors during the night….I can thankfully say that was our worst hostel experience we had out of 6 or so hostels and they kept getting better and nicer as we went along the coast.
... does a temporary fix on the tooth and refuses any payment. How extraordinary and kind. Back to Marsillargues to chambre d'hote for one night. Beautiful 18th century town house with amazing collection of antiques and ethnic art. Dinner in Marsillargues and one last glass of wine in the Cafe du Midi, our favourite haunt. This time we get free peanuts and olives, a sort of loyalty scheme reward perhaps? I think I get a smile from the owner but it is hard to ...
... months. What we saw was focussed on the work of Austrian artist Gustav Klimt, as well as some others including Hundertwasser (think back to Vienna). You could walk around the huge caves checking out the show from different vantage points, or just sit and watch as the lights and images danced around you in time to the music. It was an odd but very unique and spectacular experience.
There was plenty to keep us busy in Nimes itself outside of the feria activities ...
We arrived to Montpellier around 9 in the evening. Luckily, it was only beginning to get dark at this point and our hotel was right next to the train station. We disembarked the train and got checked into the hotel.
After dropping our bags off, we started to walk toward the old city to find a nice place to eat. We came across a nice Thai Restaurant called Mango ...
... the Middle Ages. This is awesome for me, and as a result, the subject of my Monroe Project/Honors Thesis has shifted somewhat toward the kickass. Alas, I am traditionally concerned by the more liberal of the arts, and felt my body drawn towards such courses as Byzantine History, Hell in Literature, and Egyptology.
Because they have an Egyptology department here. DID I MENTION THE HIEROGLYPHS YET?