Les Templiers

Address: 21, rue de la Republique, Aigues-Mortes, Languedoc-Roussillon, France | Inn
 
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Location

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

How do people fit in work

A travel blog entry by thetonies on Mar 05, 2015

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Friday 27 February – Maddi and Corban stayed at school today to have lunch in the canteen – always a worrisome experience hoping that they will like what they get served and will not be starving for the rest of the day. On the menu was Salade de choux (Coleslaw), Filet de Poisson meuniere (fish fillet), Blettes aux tomatoes gratinees (not served), Leerdammer (cheese) and Cake Framboise (raspberry cake). The fish was 'so so' but Corban loved the cake so thank goodness ...

Our new life at School

A travel blog entry by thetonies on Mar 05, 2015

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... potatoes which is called Aligot which was an unusual
taste, Toulouse sausage which was very salty and yummy, different types of
salami and cheese. For dessert we had our caramel fudge, chocolat and chouqettes
(a little hollow choux pastry like an éclair with little droplets of honey and
sugar) which we all loved. We watched Scooby-doo in English and didn’t get home
till 11pm, we don’t have English channels so this was a treat.

Sunday ...

The School Week and ...

A travel blog entry by thetonies on Feb 26, 2015

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... a 10 minute timeframe to get the kids safely into the school gates, they are locked after 8.45am and you have to ring a bell to get them in. Gates are unlocked again by individual teachers with kids only being allowed to exit once the parents are sighted. Imagine having locked school gates in New Zealand.
For those that know St Brigid’s drop off and car parking hassles in the morning and at pick up – this place is like rush hour on steroids – ...

The river runs like a madman

A travel blog entry by thermalsailors on Oct 15, 2012

3 comments, 3 photos

... trys to suck you behind the stone supports and its violent.  i had Red near full throttle doing 2knots over the ground. Boat speed around 7 knots. Klaus is doing well. the next ecluse(lock) is at vallabreuge. Its 15.5m rise. I was hoping the current would be less violent on the otherside. The lock procedure was easy enough. We had to don our lifejackets( the loudspeaker in three languages kept telling us we must put it on). The lock keeper spoke no english so we ...

Provence

A travel blog entry by joe-bloggins on May 13, 2012

3 comments, 8 photos

... time. Our room has two sets of very tall windows that look out over the street and now on both evenings sit below in the alley and drink. They check out the girls and drink sitting on folding chairs. The more ****** they get the louder they get. Maybe they do this day in and day out. Off to Pont du Gard tomorrow so we want an early start as we will have to explore Avignon in the p.m. as our drive to Beaune the next will be long. Heading out for some dinner ...