ResidHotel Le Mayflower

Address: Avenue Georges Pompidou, Le Grau Du Roi, Languedoc-Roussillon, 30240, France | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Avenue Georges Pompidou, Le Grau Du Roi, is near Salin d'Aigues-Mortes, Ecurie des Dunes, Golf de la Grande-Motte, and Constance Tower.
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    Travel Blogs from Le Grau Du Roi

    Montpellier Shopping

    A travel blog entry by olliwalt on Aug 05, 2015

    9 photos

    Today we went to Montpellier and did some shopping.

    It was fun but my feet really really really hurt it was too hot and sticky. I wanted some comfy shoes or some with roller skates in them!!!

    Mum scraped the car wing mirror while driving into the underground carpark but didn't do heaps of damage.

    We had lunch at Georges Cafe, it was ok. I liked Mum's chocolate frappe and the Bonaffi Pie.

    We shopped ...

    Day ten, Monaco

    A travel blog entry by hcason on Jul 28, 2015

    43 photos

    ... in to our room, I don't know how much the most expensive room is but the one we were in was €650 a night! We were booked to go on a sightseeing tour so the bus picked us up and we had a tour around to see the Palace on the Rock and the other main points of interest which are mainly the Grand Prix landmarks. Our dinner was in a restaurant overlooking the bay and was very nice. Tomorrow we are going ...

    Au Revoir to The Cotes du Rhone

    A travel blog entry by ktilley on Jul 05, 2015

    11 photos

    ... best meal of the trip so far as the view could not be any better and the food was delicious. From there we continued on to the ghost town of Suzette where we only saw cyclists climbing the steep hills in the 36 deg heat with no cold beverages awaiting them. After that we drove up a twisty road to a vineyard that apparently had a spectacular view - none of the vineyards were open on Sundays (which was a bonus as the roads were quiet and the towns easy to ...

    Days 6 & 7 - Arles, La Camargue & Mediterranean

    A travel blog entry by jccharbonneau on Sep 20, 2014

    37 photos

    ... Like other Roman arenas, the primary structure of the building is a oval made of arches. There are two layers with 60 massive arches per layer. Centuries after the fall of the Roman Empire, the building was fortified and converted into a sort of keep. Four towers were added to the top and the arches were walled in. In fact, people eventually converted the space between two walled-in arches into homes, complete with vented fireplaces for cooking. In the Middle Ages, this ...

    Arles, Baux-des-Provence, Orange

    A travel blog entry by brisbird on Apr 14, 2014

    24 photos

    ... been used for many different things, including at one stage having 200 houses built inside the protective walls. These of course have all been removed to make it a working arena.

    We now had 45 mins of free time to explore the arena inside if we wished and also the nearby theatre. After heading to the Arena to get a ticket for entry, we were told we had to get our tickets at the amphitheatre - so we made a mad dash for there, bought our ticket, had a brief ...