La Camargue

Address: 58 Boulevard de la Camarague, Arles, Provence, France | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 58 Boulevard de la Camarague, Arles.
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Onto Barcelona

A travel blog entry by mike_nikki on Aug 01, 2015

2 comments, 7 photos

This morning saw us ip early, early, early as our luggage had to be out by 7am and our bus was to leave at 8am for a 5 1/2 hour bus ride to Barcelona. Someone should have told Scenic that the first Saturday in August was the busiest on the rods in Europe! It took us 6 hours to go about 240km! 10 hours in total to Barcelona!
however we did get to see the Dali museum in Figueres! Weird stuff but I still like the melting ...

Chateauneuf :Part 2

A travel blog entry by swannieg on Aug 01, 2015

... one of his knights. Stayed in the hands of that family for 150 years, then sold to a rich nobleman. Was trashed during the French Revolution and eventually given back to the State in 1936 and became protected historical monument and is still in the process of being restored!

  • Finally - the wedding. The rain has eased and it is very pleasant afternoon. Not too hot for the outdoor ceremony held in ...

  • Week 24. Ibiza - France

    A travel blog entry by stuandamanda on May 25, 2015

    ... tricks in a big old roman amphitheatre. We went back to base and ordered some tickets. It was time to try and cook our million dollar chicken, I figured we'd cut it in half and then kind of shallow fry it slow in a big pan so we'd still get all the lovely free range juices. We chopped it up, chucked it in a pan,turned down the heat and then went for a health inducing run. When we returned the kitchen smelt wonderful with the aroma of cooking chicken. The chicken was ...

    Off to France

    A travel blog entry by alexsandral on Mar 28, 2015

    1 comment, 22 photos

    ... as we are travelling the route of the original Roman road that ran from Rome to Barcelona. While around The Pyrenees we experienced some very strong winds and could feel the coach being buffeted. We could also see snow on the higher peaks. At 12:30 we arrived at the unusual and UNESCO listed hill town fortress of Carcassonne. It looks like a movie set but is a genuine medieval, double walled city with a castle and very interesting roofed turrets. ...

    Wine and Romans

    A travel blog entry by londonpenguin on Sep 29, 2014

    3 comments, 7 photos

    ... old Roman aqueduct. It's intact and the best-preserved Roman aqueduct in Europe. It took five years to build, but couldn't be used for the first 30 years because the slope was slightly off and the water wouldn't flow properly. They finally got it working correctly, and it was in use till the 5th century. A bridge was built right alongside it in the 18th century, so we could walk across -- getting a good view of the arches -- and up to a nice viewpoint ...