Les Templiers

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

To Market, To Market .......

A travel blog entry by yaya7 on Sep 10, 2014

1 comment, 10 photos

... Richard suggested turning around, but I kept insisting it was just around the next curve. Well, when we finally made it to the top, it was well worth the climb. The view was magnificent! There was even a little ice cream shop where I rewarded him with ice cream and a bottle of water for his sticking with me on this feat. It's about 5:30 and I'm blogging now, so perhaps I can get to bed early tonight for another full day tomorrow. And where is Richard - totally enjoying his afternoon nap! ...

From French Riveria to Provence

A travel blog entry by david2014trip on Sep 06, 2014

3 photos

Just as we are about to leave Danielle, the apartment owner, and her daughter arrive. It is just as well as we have been unable to work the gate where the car is parked. We end up having a long, interesting chat with them. Danielle has spent much of her life in the fashion industry in Milan and her daughter still lives there. They share amusing comparisons about how the French and the Italians differ and what they love and hate about each race. En route to Tarascon ...

The Camargue - pretty birds and dragonflies

A travel blog entry by mitchandsam on Aug 30, 2014

10 photos

... they should be wearing hightops!

We also saw 1 unfortunate flamingo who was favouring 1 leg (Sam spotted this). It made for some good photos as he had to use his wings to propel himself when he wanted to move about, as it seemed too much to hop on 1 leg. On closer inspection it became evident that the poor leg had actually snapped right through at some stage (fairly close to the top of the leg) and the bone was still sticking out compound fracture style. It ...

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 ...

Viva Arles.

A travel blog entry by rickandrach on Jul 22, 2011

18 photos

... was the one who, when he was brought in, immediately turned around and stood in front of the gate. He waited patiently for someone to let him out, and it took several "tauntings' by the guys (I gotta find out what they are called) to get him to chase them.

We spent some time wandering around the town, then looked for dinner. Again, I hadn't done any research. And we ended up having the worst meal of our ...