Hotel Porte de Camargue

Address: 15 Rue Noguier, Arles, Provence, 13200, France | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 15 Rue Noguier, Arles, is near Musee de l'Arles et de la Provence antique, Eglise St-Trophime, Espace Van Gogh, and Cryptoportiques.
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    Travel Blogs from Arles

    Adventures with Fifi along the Gorge and to Arles

    A travel blog entry by chantell87 on Jul 04, 2015

    ... about is how quickly I could get into that beautiful blue water. Some of you might know this but I spent most of my childhood in any fresh water body I could find, I love the water and even more so when it's refreshing. Don't get me wrong, salt water is nice but freshwater can not be beat. Upon getting there we rented a paddle boat to get us further into the gorge, we also used this as our mobile base for jumping in the water and ...

    WOW. WOW. AND WOW

    A travel blog entry by jentalbs on Jul 04, 2015

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    ... sun bed! Arrived in Avignon on time and took charge of our little Citroen. Lindy drove while I managed the TomTom - it has been a true godsend. Easy to follow and accurate. 50 minutes later we pulled into Arles which is all built around the amphitheater in the town centre. Our hotel L'Amphitheatre, was stunning. And air conditioned! The streets were so narrow and scary that we parked and walked which was lovely as we got a feel for the town. Dinner at Le Criquet which we ...

    A Windmill, another Aqueduct, an Abbaye and Arles

    A travel blog entry by galgano47 on Mar 26, 2015

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    ... built between the 10th and 18th centuries on an island (make that a bloody big rock) surrounded by swamps. As the swamps were drained and turned into farm land, they must have become more exposed to attack, so they built a tower for defense, right over the monks graves that had been dug into the rock.

    The entire structure is built on this massive rock base, so my question was, how did they affix the stone blocks to the rock to form ...

    The jambon's connected to the cornichon

    A travel blog entry by londonpenguin on Sep 30, 2014

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    ... he walked into a field and shot himself. He died two days later.

    Our walking tour ended at the Roman Arena, built 1,000 years ago. It's a lot like the Colosseum in Rome, but a little more intimate. The usual Roman entertainments took place there: chariot races, gladiator matches, wrestling, fights between exotic animals, executions via lion. We saw a little lion creeping around. In fact, it strolled into the sandy ring and proceeded to have a little poo. Best sandbox ...

    Provence, France

    A travel blog entry by faerenuff on Jun 05, 2014

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    ... street out of town! This experience soon paled into insignificance. We got as far as the outskirts of Genoa, when traffic was redirected off the highway because of a big accident. The next 2 hours were consumed with one of those 'Hotel California' experiences - the magnet of Genoa (coupled with the ineptitude of the map reader and the failsafe GPS) just kept bringing us back to the same place. Finally it spat us out in a southerly direction. Relieved, we stopped, fuelled up ...