Hotel de la Plage
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After a very enjoyable breakfast at the hotel we drove into Arles which is about 3 km away. This town is very old and dates back to the 4th century. There is quite a few Roman structures still standing. The amphitheatre is 1,600 years old. Walked 15 minutes of the Santiago De Compostela and cant believe they walk through here all the way to Spain. Arrived at a beautiful church Saint Trophime where mass had ...
... the beginning of a 4 day yearly festival of bull fighting. It is the only city in France where bullfighting is allowed and the town celebrates with the theme. The bull fighting was to occur in the Arena
We finally returned to our accommodation, as this was our last night in France. Peter and Joe were to head off to Paris, and Mary and I were to head to Spain.
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We continued our tour onto the 'Tour Magne' and 'Castellun'. Between the Porte d'Auguste and 'Tour Magne', set in the Roman Wall, is the Castellum, a tower used for storing the water brought in from Uzes via the aqueduct at ...
... in we walked up Esplanade Charles de Gaulle. We visited a few of the sites and then decided it was time for dinner. We had dinnner at "La Camargue" and for €12.50 we enjoyed another 3 course meal with a bottle of red wine.
We returned to our accommodation via the supermarket to grab a few nibbles for the ...
... originally fisher town which was still real cute and Aigues-Mortes, the medieval town which we tried to visit last time but we had to abandon because of the rain. It has a real nice atmosphere with lots of ateliers where artists sell their original work, we had a great afternoon and in the evening again Brigitte prepared us a lovely meal, it starts to feel like a gastronomic holiday, she is just a much to good cook and they're sooo good to us. Tomorrow we're going to have oysters as ...
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility