Les Templiers

Address: 21, rue de la Republique, Aigues-Mortes, Languedoc-Roussillon, France | Inn
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This inn, located on 21, rue de la Republique, Aigues-Mortes, is near Salin d'Aigues-Mortes, Ecurie des Dunes, Golf de la Grande-Motte, and Constance Tower.
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Travel Blogs from Aigues-Mortes


A travel blog entry by travelezeuk on Sep 23, 2015

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... the bulls are not actually killed. Still, it is amazing to think that this venue has been used to entertain so many people over such a long, long period of time.

Aside from the Roman remains, Nimes also has a number of interesting architectural buildings of different time periods and the old town is pleasantly ...

The Camargue and Aigues-Mortes

A travel blog entry by galgano47 on Mar 27, 2015

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... that they dumped their bodies in the tower and packed them in salt. True????

We were having a leisurely walk of the walls when come 4.30, the attendants who had begun walking the reverse direction on the walls, told us we would have to leave as they were closing at 5.00 In France, that means the gates are locked at 5.00 and the attendants go home. They walk the reverse direction sweeping all before them and by the time they get back to the entrance ...

Cooking in the Camargue

A travel blog entry by allangraham on Jul 08, 2013

2 comments, 15 photos

... the guys about Penny Farthings and the Australian championships at Evandale, there were some beauties in the exhibition, a bike that had two gears in the chain ring and if you pedalled backwards up a hill it engaged the larger gear, when you got to the top you could resume pedalling forward to switch back to the bigger gear - brilliant, the other system was having two cogs on the rear wheel so when you hit the hill you stopped and pulled the wheel ...

The river runs like a madman

A travel blog entry by thermalsailors on Oct 15, 2012

3 comments, 3 photos

... with me just parroting the boat name etc questions i got at the first lock.. That seemed to satisfy him and the lock started to fill. It does go up a long way.  Really long way. Then the lock gate drops below the water( that explains why it was covered in weed).  We are through. the river is nicer. The bottom is more even and its wider so the current is still there but its easier steering. e arrived at the Halte du Vallabregues. Its jusst a small marina near ...

Aigues-Mortes France

A travel blog entry by sigche.asvang on Jul 18, 2011

9 photos

... of this town: In 1245, Pope Innocent IV called upon the European sovereigns to lead a crusade to take back Jerusalem and the Holy Land. King Louis IX responded and took charge of the Seventh Crusade. In the 13th century, the French king had no land on the Mediterranean shore, Provence belonged to the German Empire and Langueedoc Roussillon to the Kings of Aragon. King Louis decided ...