L'Etoile Bleue

Address: Chemin de la Pierre Bleue, Castries, Languedoc-Roussillon, 34160, France | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on Chemin de la Pierre Bleue, Castries, is near Golf Massane.
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Travel Blogs from Castries


A travel blog entry by ryans_escapade on Feb 11, 2015

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... look at it as quite a gruesome and not fun place to be however if you look beyond what took place you can see what an amazing place this really is. The architecture is second to none and to withstand thousands of years of use and weather and changes of government and even countries is truly mind blowing. As I was sitting there listening to the audio I was trying to imagine the arena filled with just over 20,000 spectators calling ...

Hidden Treasure

A travel blog entry by ryans_escapade on Feb 09, 2015

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... to funnel water to the village and farm areas. The village has built itself around the aqueduct and it appears to be apart of the surroundings, and I think some of the buildings that are attached to the aqueduct may be part of the original settlement although without good information available, it is hard to tell. It was a great find and we are so pleased to have discovered this little ...


A travel blog entry by cjeaddy on Jan 09, 2015

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... neck and joked that there was a spider on her making Anie let out a shriek as she is deathly afraid of spiders. Clarke laughed and they continued through the labyrinth of exposed bones. The temperature wasnt that bad underground since it was only about 57o Fahrenheit in the catacombs. Although it was disturbing to be surround by a labyrinth of bones and also scary, Clarke and Anie learned more about the past ...

A Beautiful Mountain Retreat

A travel blog entry by odlozinski on May 05, 2014

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... vines, cactus and vibrant blue lakes. We were greeted by Mike's father's cousin, Isa. She took Max, Jonah and I in her car, as we could not find a car rental for 6 people. Mike pursued us as we travelled on tiny roads into the mountains.

As we left the city of Nimes, she drove us past a Roman amphitheatre built in 70 AD and is which still used for the festival of the bulls (bull fighting), concerts and other cultural ...

What an Aqueduct

A travel blog entry by dadonatrain on Jun 20, 2013

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... The stones in Pont du Gard seemed not to have any of that at all. So I was left to wonder just how the stones in Pont du Gard were lifted into place.

At the top, you can see into the waterway at either end. You can't walk into it but I believe I've heard it is still functional. It's about 4' wide and nearly 6' tall!

The views of the entire scene from above it all are simply amazing.