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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    Travel Blogs from Ales

    Aveze Campsite...

    A travel blog entry by downer on Aug 28, 2014

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    Had another 4hr drive South East today, through Millau Town with the stunning Millau Bridge in the distance. Having dipped down into the town and not going over the bridge we rejoined the A75 for a few km's before coming off and traveling 50km across some wonderful terrain before arriving at Le Val de L'Arre in Le Vigan. We shall move on ...

    1 week in Uzès

    A travel blog entry by thevans2014 on Aug 22, 2014

    22 photos

    ... seen it before and we enjoyed going back to Les Baux, a village set high on clifftop, overlooking a beautiful valley. Our walking tour of Arles included the sites where Van Gogh produced some of his famous paintings, as well as the massive Roman arena.
    Although it is peak holiday season and there was no shortage of tourists, along with the musicians and buskers, it all seemed to add to ...

    Week 1: Arrival / staff training

    A travel blog entry by gerrittnmaggie on Aug 21, 2014

    3 comments, 5 photos

    ... home after a long adventure. We were warmly welcomed by the current staff, and got to catch up with some old friends, as well as make some new ones (partly due to a few games of Settlers of Catan). It was so nice to see Dudley and Janet again, the Base Directors here at YWAM Bridges of Life.

    The town here is quite small, with a population of about 4,000-5,000. It has sort of an "everybody knows everybody" feel to it, which ...

    Salut a Tous #22

    A travel blog entry by chloecd on Feb 19, 2012

    4 photos

    ... one in the tumble dryer, and the final one going in the washing machine). I’m so tired, and ache all over from dragging my bag through half of France. Admittedly, the trains did most of the work, but the bits I did were still hard work!

    We had a very nice week skiing, I (almost) got over being scared of skiing and Daddy found that you could move the buckle of my ski boot so I had circulation to my feet! It’s much less scary when it doesn’t ...

    Salut a Tous #9

    A travel blog entry by chloecd on Nov 08, 2011

    ... have a headache, because I have to think everything through in two languages. I know I’m here to teach English, and maybe if I was teaching older kids it wouldn’t be so much of a problem, but I definitely have to work in both languages when I’m teaching.

    So, other than two solid days teaching, last week was fairly uneventful. Apart from the rain. It would appear that in Nimes, it either is absolutely bucketing it down, or not. There doesn’t seem to be ...