Gril Campanile

Address: Rue Charlie Chaplin, Arles, Provence, France | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Rue Charlie Chaplin, Arles, is near Theatre Antique, Espace Van Gogh, Eglise St-Trophime, and Les Alyscamps.
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Travel Blogs from Arles

Provencal wine country stole my heart

A travel blog entry by kelmichellebell on Feb 18, 2015

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... de-Pape has a population of 2000 people and 300 different vineyards! We met our Airbnb host, settled into our small apartment for the night and decided to make our way back out to soak up the city. We first stopped at a wine and chocolate tasting room (at our Airbnb hosts suggestion). It was excellent! We sampled artisan chocolates, red wines and dessert wines. Once we finished our first tasting and bought some chocolate goodies (of course), we were faced with the decision of ...

The Walled Community of Old Avignon

A travel blog entry by ryans_escapade on Feb 16, 2015

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After having a wonderful visit to Nimes, we are now in Avignon. It is just a short drive down the road which is nice for a change. We arrived at our new camping ground and we are sooooo excited to see where we are camping, so close to what we wanted to see and visit, perfect spot. Due to the fact that our day doesn't generally start till around 9.30am, please don't judge, we are on holidays;-) we ...

Aven d'Orgnac

A travel blog entry by ryans_escapade on Feb 12, 2015

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... cave was discovered by Robert de Joly in August 1935, he was the leader of a team of speleologists, (they are people who scientifically study caves). On his death he was cremated and his ashes are now in an urn and set between a group of stalagmites. We walked down 55mtrs to the first level and wow, what a mind blowing sight. These stalagmites and stalactites are millions of years old and growing. It reminded me of an underground garden. I have seen ...

The jambon's connected to the cornichon

A travel blog entry by londonpenguin on Sep 30, 2014

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... used during the Middle Ages as a quarry for building other buildings in the city (e.g., St. Trophime church). Whereas Greek amphitheaters were built in the best spots acoustically, the Romans didn't really care. However, the acoustics in this theater were so poor, that they invented the idea of a back wall for sound to bounce off of. So you had the stage where the actors were, scenery upstage, and then the wall. Additionally, to keep spectators dry or out of the direct sun, there was ...

Tauck Trip: Day 7

A travel blog entry by areifeis on Aug 03, 2014

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... a "course camarguaise" which is a style of bull fighting! It was incredible! 4 young and very in-shape boys chase a bull around the ring and try to grab a ribbon attached to the bulls horns. The bulls wear out long before the boys do... and they had to rotate the bulls out when they slowed down and started foaming at the mouth.



One of the ...