Hotel Le Cottage

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

    Versatile Bike Tour - Mum's Birthday (Hurley)

    A travel blog entry by sa.hurley on Jul 09, 2014

    1 comment, 25 photos

    ... structure known as the Grand (or Marble) Trianon and an estate used by Marie Antoinette, Louis XVI’s queen. Between the palace and the town there are also buildings that housed the war and foreign affairs ministries, residences for those not entitled to live in the palace, stables and a kennel, among other structures. The palace and the gardens are spectacular. We meet Daniel to head home to find out the train station that is only 5 minutes ...

    Irish Love Songs

    A travel blog entry by pkneville on Jun 08, 2014

    2 comments, 24 photos

    ... in? Let's just call it the 'colourful' side, shall we? Ireland has not heard of self-serve laundrettes it would seem. We did however, find one in Dublin - 4.6km away from our hostel. Between the trip there and the trip back and a little sightseeing and shopping along the way, we managed to rack up frequent flyer points of some 13km. Around 26,000 steps... The following day we visited the Guinness Storehouse with Pete becoming fully ...

    Market day

    A travel blog entry by gjfsewell on May 18, 2014

    2 photos

    ... 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 ...

    Paris - a study in Grey

    A travel blog entry by bakkernancy on May 08, 2014

    40 photos

    ... to use - I even managed to avoid the chap crawling along the train floor with his crutches begging for money.

    We arrived at Tour Montparnasse.What we should have considered was the weather.Sure it had a great view of the city but with everything so grey it just looked so bleak. We left and went to cimetière du montparnasse. Loads of famous dead french people are here (lols sorry that sounded funny to write).

    We took photos. ...

    Paris — Day Two

    A travel blog entry by robertsinton on Nov 01, 2013

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... confit de canard, and it is indeed fantastic. For the pâté we are brought excellent bread, which we proceed to toast for ourselves in the toaster that is provided at each table. Sylvain and Céline left New Zealand just a few weeks ago after living in Christchurch for two years. I notice immediately that they are already speaking English with a stronger French accent, but in the space of a couple of hours talking with us it softens again. ...