Le Clos de l'Aube Rouge

Address: 115 avenue de l'Aube Rouge, Castelnau-le-Lez, Languedoc-Roussillon, 34170, France | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 115 avenue de l'Aube Rouge, Castelnau-le-Lez, is near Place de la Comedie, Aquarium Mare Nostrum, Parc Zoologique Henri de Lunaret, and Chateau de Flaugergues.
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      Travel Blogs from Castelnau-le-Lez

      London for Easter

      A travel blog entry by thetonies on Apr 08, 2015

      33 photos

      ... as some in the past have said that their kids are English speakers but are not really but want their kids in the specialised section. The girls were picked up, home for homemade hamburgers and an early night. In a funny way the time in London gave the kids a language break which was probably quite nice, it certainly gave us a break. Toni even liked her English TV and now had a more thorough appreciation of things royal and the history of England. What an Easter Weekend to remember! ...

      Walk around old town

      A travel blog entry by lalviano on Apr 06, 2015

      5 comments, 5 photos

      ... cafe on a little square for a pre dinner drink and watched the Montpellier crowd. It certainly has a university town feel and is quite lively. Sue had a fantastic meal of foie gras(duck pate), squid and creme brle, while Phil enjoyed a salad, chicken mushroom and apple pie while sitting outside under a canopy. It was a great way to end our time in Montpellier.

      Tomorrow we make our way into Spain ready for another European experience.

      Using Rugby to see Southern France

      A travel blog entry by thetonies on Apr 02, 2015

      16 photos

      ... straight off the French rotisserie BBQ.

      We drove out to Camp des Milles in the afternoon which is a piece of hidden
      French history about the war and how France were involved so intimately with
      Germany and the workings of Hitler. This
      camp was originally a brick works which had been decommissioned due the
      economy. It was re-opened as a
      detainment camp in 1939 to 1940 for internment of ‘enemy subjects’, 1940 ...

      Aventure Escalade de Maxwell - Jour 21

      A travel blog entry by odlozinski on May 05, 2014

      Today me and my brothers woke up and watched a mr bean movie and ate a muffin for breakfast and I dressed and changed and played football and fought the prickly bushes.Then we at lunch and we got the equipment to go on a homemade rock wall (it is cemented and it has real rocks)When I first saw it I felt a little scared and worried. I went third and I started climbing (it was pretty hard) I got some help for where I put my ...

      Loving this Med - Part 2

      A travel blog entry by jenniferklm on Jun 04, 2013

      3 comments, 29 photos

      ... to come across some of the major sights: the long 18th C. Saint Clement Aquaduct, the 14th C. Saint Pierre Cathedral, the medieval Tour de la Babote, and we walked through the Jardin des Plantes, the oldest botanical garden in France (1593). There was a big brocante (antique and collectibles) market going on in the beautiful Place Royale du Payrou, with possibly the most interesting stuff I have seen since we got here. So much fabulous furniture, garden ornaments, ...