Maeva Holiday Residence Domaine Du Rouret

Address: Rouret, Grospierres, Ardeche, Rhône-Alpes, 07120, France | Resort
 
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Location

This resort is located on Rouret, Grospierres.
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Travel Blogs from Grospierres

Orange on Market Day

A travel blog entry by galgano47 on Apr 09, 2015

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... the Netherlands at this stage and it wasn’t till they won their independence that he could return to the Netherlands and establish the House of Orange.

For those who can stand a little more history, a Dutch lecturer I had years ago (Economic History), explained that in Dutch history, ...

Viviers - Grignan - and a rest

A travel blog entry by alexsandral on Mar 31, 2015

1 comment, 43 photos

... oldest and the smallest cathedral in France that is still in regular use. Commenced in the 5th century and completed in the 12th century, there still remain signs of its Roman origins. The WiFi on this ship is very good with excellent reception everywhere including my cabin. Even when I put the iPad in the safe, it is still instantly connected when I take it out and only needed to connect once on arrival on Saturday to maintain signal. And it's ...

Avignon, Arles. Beaux de Provence & Nîmes

A travel blog entry by drkellermeier on Mar 25, 2015

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... an amazing little mountain town. From there, Martine drove us to Arles and Mario took us to the 1st century arena and theatre. He led us on a walking tour and showed us where Vincent Van Gogh spent some time. We headed to Nîmes, another formerly-roman town with a well-preserved arena. Dinner on the way back to the hotel and we're calling it a ...

Carcassonne & Pont du Gard

A travel blog entry by drkellermeier on Mar 24, 2015

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We left early for Carcassonne, this morning. Wow! It is amazing, full of history. It served as a French-Spanish border fortress, then was taken by the Moors, recaptured by Louis IX. After lunch, we continued on to the Pont du Gard, a roman aquaduct, built in the 1st century. We had dinner and then came to our hotel in Orange. Another great day ...

Orange - the Romans were here

A travel blog entry by katherinecle on Sep 11, 2014

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Leaving Paris, we were up way too early, interrupting my first really good sleep to catch at 7:37 am. TGV train to Orange. The web site did say that some fast trains took bicycles but wouldn't tell us which ones. We purchased our tickets in Paris for both the bikes and ourselves. Three and a half hours later we launched off the train (those 2 minute station stops are such an adrenaline rush) and into the middle ...