Arc Hotel

Address: 40 avenue Henry Malacrida, Aix-en-Provence, Provence, 13100, France | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 40 avenue Henry Malacrida, Aix-en-Provence, is near Montagne Sainte Victoire, Petit Palais, Pyrame Pneus, and Au Bonheur des Marques.
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    La Joliette, Marseille, France

    A travel blog entry by libbydove on Jul 11, 2015

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    ... the ship we discovered 'les petits trains' which transported us from the Old Port to Notre Dame de la garde, going through the Corniche. This was a fascinating 'tour' where we saw great contrasts of the old and new. We climbed the stairs at 'Notre Dame de la garde' to 531 feet altitude where the statue 'La Bonne Mere' watches over an amazing view of the city. Marseille is the second largest city in France, after Paris, with a population of ...

    Saturday- market day and a party!

    A travel blog entry by evak on Jul 11, 2015

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    ... for 7PM. Of course I was running behind schedule. To further complicate things the refrigerator situation was NOT resolved so I was kind of rearranging things last minute so everything stayed cold.
    Jan got back first with Claire, and immediately told me not to freak out but that more people were coming. I asked how many and she vaguely said, "Oh just maybe two or three more" but ...

    Nous sommes malade

    A travel blog entry by jfm13 on May 21, 2015

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    ... drugs each to be taken at all times of the day. Total cost for our eight lots of drugs was 58 Euro 60 ($83). It's obviously a lot cheaper to be sick in France than Australia.
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    We discover the big road

    A travel blog entry by taniap on Sep 18, 2014

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    ... I was surprised G lasted so long in a church. (PS there was a cat inside). Next stop after lunch (no wine today - that's odd) was the famous medieval bridge, Pont Saint-Bénézet (I'd never heard of it) across the Rhone River. On the way G had to stop and pose for photos next to a Ferrari. The bridge was the idea of a shepherd boy, Saint Benezet, who heard the voice of Jesus asking him to build a bridge across the river. He proved his calling by miraculously ...

    Sue arrives and we have big night out

    A travel blog entry by buckgw on Jun 29, 2014

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    ... We were not disappointed by the amazing meal, it was wonderful and very very filling. I think you can see from the photos that we may have proved Nicholas is right and there are some crazy Australians (and French people) late in the night. We arrived home just after midnight....Sue did really well and didn't crash in the corner, and was smart enough not to try Cossack dancing like some others! Blog done at 9am, and Sandy has just surfaced, no sign of others yet ...