Ibis Budget Nimes Est Marguerittes
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... The Baux counts of Orange became fully independent with the breakup of the Kingdom of Arles after 1033. From the twelfth century, Orange was raised to a minor principality, the Principality of Orange, as a fief of the Holy Roman Empire. During this period the town and the principality of Orange belonged to ...
Day 7 Avignon March 31, 2015
There was an included Avignon walking tour today. We opted for the easier walking tour. The boat docks right near the walled city. Apparently they kept the wall up since it can save the city from flooding in a bad storm. The city contains both the Palace of the Popes and the Petit Palace. We stayed behind and did some shopping and managed to grab a quick lunch ...
Day 6 A Van Gogh Day March 30, 2015 Tarascon &Arles
Arles is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It has many preserved Roman ruins. The Venus d'Arles is now at the Louvre. Here one can see part of the ancient aqueduct and the amphitheater.
They gave us another alternative tour which we took. It was a Van Gogh themed tour. I felt I had seen enough Roman ruins (although they were pointed out anyway) and wanted to focus on Van Gogh. ...
... city is classified by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. Avignon means city of the wi d and water. In 1309 the city, still part of the Kingdom of Arles, was chosen by Pope Clement V as his residence, and from 9 March 1309 until 13 January 1377 it was the seat of the Papacy instead of Rome. This caused a schism in the Catholic Church. Queen Joanna I of Sicily, as Countess of Provence, sold the city to Clement VI for 80,000 florins on June 9 ...
... swimming on our doorstep. We had been looking through the information we had acquired over the past days and took an interst in visiting some caves on our way to an Aire stop over in Cannes. The caves were in an area called St Vallier de Thiey and they were described as prehistoric..It sounded amazing. You had to pay to gain access into the caves which we didn't mind but you was pretty much put on a time limit as the whole place was set up with voice recordings and lighting that ...