Mercure Nimes Ouest

Address: 46 rue Tony Garnier, Nîmes, Languedoc-Roussillon, 30900, France | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located on 46 rue Tony Garnier, Nīmes, is near Roman Ampitheatre (Arenes), Nimes Coloseum, Maison Carree, and Carre d'Art/Musee d'Art Contemporain.
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Travel Blogs from Nīmes

London for Easter

A travel blog entry by thetonies on Apr 08, 2015

33 photos

... squirrels were out in force. Corban was a little worried the squirrels would get him. Off to see the Queen, we had given her advance notice that we were coming and our time was limited but we unfortunately were unable to make our calendars work. We viewed Buckingham Palace from the outside only taking some pictures and waved as royal Kings do. With the planned part of the day all completed we walked back via Big Ben had a great view. The boys wandered back to the ...

Using Rugby to see Southern France

A travel blog entry by thetonies on Apr 02, 2015

16 photos

... that field.

Maddi was an excellent supported to her brother and took
some excellent action shots of the games with the camera. We were all very proud of Corban’s
performance on the field and were hoping his black eye, bite marks (yes bite
marks) and little body would hold him in good stead for school the next day.

After the games were finished we packed up and took off to
McDonald’s for a fast feed before driving home ...

Day 7 Avignon

A travel blog entry by roamed on Mar 31, 2015

Day 7 Avignon March 31, 2015

There was an included Avignon walking tour today. We opted for the easier walking tour. The boat docks right near the walled city. Apparently they kept the wall up since it can save the city from flooding in a bad storm. The city contains both the Palace of the Popes and the Petit Palace. We stayed behind and did some shopping and managed to grab a quick lunch ...

The Romans were here

A travel blog entry by goseedokids on May 22, 2014

23 photos

... of Augustus who both died young.

The inscription dedicating the temple to Gaius and Lucius was removed in medieval times. However, a local scholar, Jean-Franēois Séguier, was able to reconstruct the inscription in 1758 from the order and number of the holes in the portico's facade, to which the bronze letters had been affixed by projecting tines. According to Séguier's reconstruction, the text of the dedication read (in translation): ...

End of the walks

A travel blog entry by nettybu on Sep 10, 2013

1 comment, 5 photos

... our way, the first port of call was Cavallion where we said goodbye to Andrew. The bus continued on to Avignon where we walked to the railway station, purchased our tickets only find out that some trains were on strike including the destination to Nimes.