Le Mas du Pommier

Address: Route de Chavagnac, Gagnieres, Languedoc-Roussillon, 30160, France | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Route de Chavagnac, Gagnieres.
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    Gorgeous Gorges

    A travel blog entry by rakuscek on Jun 18, 2015

    5 photos

    ... but found the steep narrow wet steps a bit daunting. Dave has been riding a bit as well. Kids had great fun just exploring and throwing rocks into the river in the valley. Quaint old steam train here too. Thoroughly enjoyed our stay here and have had awesome weather. One day of thunderstorms but then the next day 32 and then 36 degrees!! ...

    Pont du Gard and Uzes

    A travel blog entry by yvonneb33 on Jun 18, 2015

    3 comments, 2 photos

    ... look at and read to try and get the simple facts of when it was built, how it was built etc.
    Anyway, from this fabulous facility, we walked the 500 meters or more down to the Pont - it really is very impressive. It is possible to walk across it at ground level, but not to go up on the top - probably dangerous. One thing we learned from the video is that it is as tall as the statue of Liberty, and you can put 3 large passenger jets along ...

    Riding the Rapids in the Ardeche

    A travel blog entry by mandyandpaul on Jun 15, 2015

    5 comments, 9 photos

    ... had meant that the pile of stone was still sitting on the drive!! We decided that with 3 people the job would be a lot easier……it was one of the hardest jobs on this trip! The granite stones were only about 4-5 inches square and we needed to cover an area of about 40 square metres. The temperature was a good 30 degrees and we were in full sun all day. I was wheelbarrowing the sand and the granite blocks whilst Paul & Mark had the arduous task of ...

    We're not lost, just taking a detour

    A travel blog entry by hocking2013 on Nov 20, 2013

    12 photos

    ... most direct way there but, as this was the first time I’d ever had need to use a GPS, I chose a route that would take us up a small country lane. We arrived at a roundabout in Nimes and that’s when the trouble started. We tried all five exits until we found the one the GPS was trying to direct us down. Although there was an uneasy silence, the group were obviously questioning my directions quietly in their heads but that’s the direction the ...

    What have the Romans ever done for us!

    A travel blog entry by grahamcarol on Jun 28, 2013

    3 comments, 12 photos

    ... out by the Romans who were the engineers with the locals doing the labouring. It is reckoned that it took 15 years to build the whole aqueduct which runs from its source at Uzes to its finish at Nimes. The actual Pont over the River Gardon took 5 years to build and from the photos you will see that it has three tiers. The Roman Engineers worked out that to make the flow from start to finish the source would have to have at least 35,000 cubic metres of water per day ...