Gril Campanile

Rue Charlie Chaplin, Arles, Provence, France | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Arles

Trip on the TGV

A travel blog entry by techboy10

... confirm, I think it was when we were traveling in France. Anyway, it feels pretty bad to cause a situation, especially when all you can say in French is "thank you". Pardon moi, or desole would have been good responses, but none of these came to me. However, there is (finally) good news in this story. At my new seat, one carriage along the train, a lady in the ...

Day trip to Arles

A travel blog entry by braeoz


... the van Gogh tour, as he actually spent some time here and completed several of his works of art.

This is an interesting little tour and worth doing if you have the time, and definitely if you're a fan of van Gogh.

We arrived just after midday and just missed the farmers markets near the Tourist Information ...

Crocodiles and palm trees

A travel blog entry by braeoz


... it was the weekend and very soon after New Year's Day.

I missed out on seeing the Gardens and the Castle as I arrived late and they'd already done it.

From here we also did a half-day trip to Arles - see next entry.
There are other smaller villages around to do day trips to/from, such as Avignon.
Marseilles and Montpelier are also 2-3 hours away by train.

A Provincial Weekend

A travel blog entry by megflannery


... in the whole experience! It felt like you were wondering through the worlds and artworks of these famous and influential artists. My favorite works were the ones by Monet; his was a carefree, majestic world. In many ways it was an indescribable experience that left me speechless by the sheer beauty!

Our last destination was just up the road from the Carreres de Lumieres, Les Baux de Provence. Les Baux de Provence was once a mighty fortress that was ...

Bye Bye Nonna...hello romans!

A travel blog entry by les.beaulieu


... roman theatre. It was built at the end of the 1st century and its cavea could hold up to 10 000 spectators spread over 33 rows. The seats are very well conserved and there is a modern stage where they still hold shows.

We stopped for lunch at a kebab place. In Ottawa, these are usually run by lebanese folk, but in France it usually has a turkish or morrocan flavour. This one was morrocan and we had our sandwich with the most delicious moccocan sauce (likely a ...


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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