Hotel Le Cottage

Address: 21 Rue Arthur Rimbaud, Argeles-sur-Mer, Languedoc-Roussillon, 66 703 , France | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on 21 Rue Arthur Rimbaud, Argeles-sur-Mer.
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      Travel Blogs from Argeles-sur-Mer

      Day 9, (Euro)Disneyland, France

      A travel blog entry by elouise-adrian on Aug 20, 2014

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      ... with excitement for the spectacular light show to begin. The park programme said it would kick off at the closing of the park - but that just didn't make sense to us. How can they start the biggest light show ever when the park was closing? Surely it was a misprint and the English translation was meant to say "commencing prior to closing of park." So there we were at 10pm, huddled together on the hill with the best view in the park slowly entering into ...

      Gaining perspective

      A travel blog entry by jordanlaww on Jul 13, 2014

      1 comment

      ... team would somehow boost my self wort, confidence and self esteem. But at the end of the day you have to be happy with who you are before you can be truly appreciate what you have. Authenticity is stressed greatly here.

      In the end, if you try and run away from yourself or your problems, you only end up running back into yourself. Only a more sad and whittled away version of yourself. Therefore you must have principals, morals, and values. And above all else, ...

      Paris seems softer and more muted than Spain

      A travel blog entry by astrix7 on Jun 17, 2014

      34 photos

      ... only since the queue to go inside meant at least an hours wait. From the Cathedral I walked around a bit and came across the padlock bridge, where couples put their initials or messages on padlocks, attach them to the railings, and throw the keys into the river Seine. I ran across lots of little statues and parks on my walk, including a huge monument built in 1806 to celebrate french victories in a number of battles. As you can ...

      Market day

      A travel blog entry by gjfsewell on May 18, 2014

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      ... War. Lois charms market stallholders and they offer her their cherries and olive oil to taste before she buys. There is freshly caught fish. There are enticing smells from the stalls specialising in local herbs, spices and lavender. The much anticipated peaches have the taste of summer but the crunch of carrots, but the beef tomatoes are almost bursting out of their skins. The local delicacy is anchovies and Lois counts three processing plants on the way out of town. By the time ...

      We Arrived & It Is Springtime In Paris!!

      A travel blog entry by liebling on Mar 11, 2014

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      ... including Amelia & I.

      We stroll along the old cobblestone street, an art gallery catches our eye, so we stepped inside and stepped out with two new paintings. Now it is time to return to the "food" street to buy dinner, what shall we have? First we stop to get leeks, lemons and garlic at the vegetable stand. Then the fish monger, we get a half kilo of mussels and six scallops. The scallops are still in their beautiful ...