L'ESCALE D'Ales

Address: 5, Avenue Andre-Malraux, Ales, Languedoc-Roussillon, 30100, France | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located in the Cannaregio area of Ales.
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      Toulouse

      A travel blog entry by nicoll on Oct 27, 2014

      14 photos

      ... First stop with the car was the town of Castres for lunch. Castres has some fabulous houses hanging over the river which used to be the homes and businesses of leather tanners. I bet when the gunge from the tanning flowed into the river, and the smell of the animals and the tanning process pervaded the area, no one would have believed that the rows of houses along the river would become such a tourist attraction! Castres has a neat church, a ...

      Sarah returns

      A travel blog entry by sarahbaulch2014 on Oct 23, 2014

      6 photos

      ... questions the tour took an hour not 20 mins, felt very lucky as he loved the cave and gets to explore not only the ones we could access but the other 14 kms of caves we can't go to as its too dangerous but beautiful- a job is is proud to do as he sees himself as a gatekeeper! All in french too, when things are in context we can both get the drift of whats being said it seems.....




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      Good friends, good food and Feria

      A travel blog entry by lauraandmikey on Sep 22, 2014

      1 comment, 33 photos

      ... building into an amusement ride, pushing people in it up and down the cobble stoned street causing quite a ruckus! It was all part of the fun though, and most nights if we weren’t partying with them, we’d fall into a wine and food coma!

      The local school kids even added to the atmosphere, walking around town trying to raise money for their school ball by having people pay to cream pie them in the face! I think we all ended up having a go at this, and ...

      Du Vin, du Pain, du Boursin (Uzes! Provence)

      A travel blog entry by norm.lawler on Sep 15, 2012

      ... day in the arena comprised (morning) gladiators versus wild animals, (lunch time) condemned prisoners tied to stakes and lions and tigers let loose on them, (afternoon) gladiators versus gladiators in a fight to the death. A fun time was had by all, apart from the condemned prisoners! Thursday - washing day and repacked the bags and orated out the apartment, otherwise just relaxed and wandered ...

      Bullfight in Nimes

      A travel blog entry by jonmatters on May 23, 2012

      2 comments, 64 photos

      ... English-speaking people. I am in France to see France, but I can’t speak French. I do feel like an outsider and traveling alone probably doesn’t help with this either. Hostels are really the only way to travel, as a result. Couchsurfing is good for a glimpse of local culture, but I feel the need to have an unfettered conversation every now and then. Staying at hostels reminds me of basic training in the Army, where everyone is outside their usual ...