Ibis Centr'Ales

Address: 18 rue Edgar Quinet, Ales, Languedoc-Roussillon, 30100, France | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Cannaregio area of Ales, is near La Bambouseraie de Prafrance.
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      Uzes and Pont du Gard

      A travel blog entry by galgano47 on Mar 25, 2015

      2 comments, 5 photos

      ... pyramids a thousand years earlier, but that was just stacking block of stone on top of each other and the Chinese may have built the Great Wall, but again, that was just building a wall. For engineering, nothing could surpass the Pont du Gard.

      The amazing thing is that it is just an aqueduct. Just an aqueduct? Well ,it isn't a monument or a palace or a temple, just a means of transporting water. The Romans had ...

      Villa la Colline, Serviers.

      A travel blog entry by rdtodd on Mar 14, 2015

      1 comment, 27 photos

      ... at a café nearby. Then on to the medieval bridge another UNESCO historical site. Aren't they all??? Built between 1177 and 1185 only four of the original twenty-two arches stretch partway across the Rhone. The bridge was destroyed 40 years later during a crusade, rebuilt and repeatedly damaged by Rhone floods which often caused the arches to collapse. Don felt it was necessary to break into song as we walked around the ...

      Aven d'Orgnac

      A travel blog entry by ryans_escapade on Feb 12, 2015

      9 photos

      ... cave was discovered by Robert de Joly in August 1935, he was the leader of a team of speleologists, (they are people who scientifically study caves). On his death he was cremated and his ashes are now in an urn and set between a group of stalagmites. We walked down 55mtrs to the first level and wow, what a mind blowing sight. These stalagmites and stalactites are millions of years old and growing. It reminded me of an underground garden. I have seen ...

      Seaside, Saints, Sinners & Salt,

      A travel blog entry by grahamcarol on Jul 01, 2013

      1 comment, 12 photos

      ... and we still had a thirty minute drive to Aigues-Mortes a small town established in the 13th century, the town being built on marshland and totally encircled by walls. It really was a poor mans York, but it was good to walk around the walls for which we were charged the grand sum of 7.50 euro each. Whilst walking around the walls, we noticed on the south eastern side,a water basin which was coloured pink and which basin is used for salt production. The pink comes from ...

      Salut a Tous #27

      A travel blog entry by chloecd on Mar 25, 2012

      4 photos

      ... my 70,000 steps for the week by Wednesday – so it’s not as if I needed to walk miles and miles on Friday and Saturday! I was looking at the big picture rather than just the day (in other words I couldn’t be bothered!).

      This morning I was back on track though (if slightly disorientated by the time change) and did my 10,000 in a lovely walk up around the outskirts of Nimes centre. There are some lovely houses up the hill to the north of Nimes. I ...