Hotel Le Cottage

Address: 21 Rue Arthur Rimbaud, Argeles-sur-Mer, Languedoc-Roussillon, 66 700, 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

      Then the orange and yellow line!!

      A travel blog entry by bairdygirl on Sep 26, 2014

      11 photos

      ... did get to see the amazing gilt and chandeliered interior decoration!!

      Next we went on the Louvre. What can you say, it's just mind boggling! First up the building itself, then the courtyard area inside, the large glass pyramid, and the fountains, then you get inside, to the different wings, all housing works of art from centuries ago, from all over the world. Paintings like the Mona Lisa, slightly underwhelming in ...

      Musee D'Orsee & St Germaine back streets

      A travel blog entry by margshepherd on Aug 13, 2014

      1 comment, 8 photos

      Baguettes at home started the morning before heading off for the day. I went for a hair dressers appointment and Alana and Jaz went to Sacre Ceour. After the train ride we stopped for lunch with true French quiche and then we started off for Musee D'Orsay. There seemed to be a huge line up but it moved pretty quickly and after our bags were checked by security we were in. The audio guide is well worth taking into the museum. The entrance ...

      Monuments & the Can Can

      A travel blog entry by kgbshaw on Jul 07, 2014

      9 photos

      ... noticed about Notre Dame is how gothic & medieval old it looks. The oldest church I have ever seen. Statues & gargoyles adorn the church & it's surroundings like silent guardians you could imagine coming to life at night. It does not take long to move through the line, the museum pass does not give you skip the line access. It does give you access to the crypt but it's closed on Mondays. Tourists whisper, mumble & pray in the pews, Catholics cross themselves ...

      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 ...

      Bike tour of Versailles

      A travel blog entry by anjkay on May 09, 2014

      26 photos

      It was my turn to show Cath and Michael where we needed to go as I had already been to Fat Tire Bike tours already so we left at 8am to head into Paris to meet our guide. As it turned out we had two guides as one (Ben) was in training and both he and Anna were Australian. Our group was made up of Australian, New Zealanders and Americans which was to become a common theme for my tours. We made our way to the station to catch our regional train to Versailles. ...