Gril Campanile

Rue Charlie Chaplin, Arles, Provence, France | Hotel
 

Travel Blogs from Arles

Festival time in Avignon

A travel blog entry by linarogers

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July 10th



This morning after breakfast Craig and Terry dropped us into Avignon and went off to Mont Ventoux – Craig has been sick and so he only did half of it. Plus the weather was very cold up there so even Terry found it a little challenging – but he did it so he was Man of Mountain for today. Mary and I walked through a very quiet Avignon and initially went to see the Palais des Papes ...

2 weeks in Provence

A travel blog entry by saralederer

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Friends and Fam, Well it's hard to sum up an amazing 2 weeks in Provence, but here are a few pictures to help. I am on my way to Paris right now and then Belgium on Friday. Am thinking of staying in Belgium and Amsterdam for a few weeks, but of course you never know which way the wind blows. Who knows where I'll end up! Provence is great and I highly ...

Sometimes you can't believe it!

A travel blog entry by linarogers

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... we got a great surprise and ran into Fiona and Ian McIntosh. They are running a tour of Provence based on her book. Terry and Mary also knew some of the other parents on the tour as St Andrew’s parents. Lovely central area with busy restaurants. Lunch was at Le Jardin – light rolls etc – with a calm, shady setting. When we came home, we processed our washing (yeh) and ...

Avignon

A travel blog entry by chezann

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... checking out all the little market stores and then sat in the beautiful square below the Palace of the Popes and had yummy crepes for lunch while watching the entertainment in the square. There were musicians, actors doing short plays, comedians, who interacted with passers by and even as you were wandering the narrow lanes two or three musicians would appear and start singing! A truly gorgeous place to visit. Along the banks of the river were many European ...

Provence, France

A travel blog entry by faerenuff

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... drive, passing lots of cypress trees and wheat fields very reminiscent of Van Gough's paintings from the Arles period (as has the 'blue hour' of twilight, which we have enjoyed throughout Europe). Apart from being a mind-blowing piece of engineering, which you can walk beside and view from all angles, the great thing about the Pont is that it has a nice river underneath it, which is frequented by picnickers, swimmers and kyakers. Popular with families. They frequently ...

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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