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

Camargue Bull Farm

A travel blog entry by danielriegel on Nov 20, 2014

Embark on a half-day excursion into the Camargue. Lined with sandbars and reed-covered marshes, the Camargue is Europe’s largest delta, a dramatic landscape caught between land and sea. The keepers of this land are its gardians, akin to our cowboys. They live here with their families, often several generations together, carving out lifestyles in sync with the land, following the ...

Avignon Papal Palace

A travel blog entry by danielriegel on Nov 19, 2014

... fortified palaces, and churches. Your tour includes a guided exploration of the impressive Papal Palace.

Then you'll return to the ship for lunch onboard, and you'll have the afternoon to make your own discoveries in Avignon. Perhaps you'll explore the winding streets of some of the city's ancient neighborhoods, or relax at an outdoor cafe.
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Artists and Afternoon in Provence

A travel blog entry by danielriegel on Nov 18, 2014

Your ship cruises through the early morning hours to Arles, where you'll disembark for a tour of the town which was so beloved by Vincent van Gogh. As you explore, you'll encounter signs indicating places rendered in Van Gogh's works. Here you'll find still standing the Cafe l’Alcazar, the establishment where the artist stayed and used the manager, Madame Ginoux, as his model for his painting ...

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 ...