Hotel de la Plage
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... track to run along. You get there via the river. It is flat, and looks out onto the back of Arles. There are many farmhouses around the path. It is very beautiful.
So far in Arles we’ve seen a few monuments. On the first full day we were here, we visited the amphitheatre, the theatre and a cloister - San Tromphine. The amphitheatre was built by the Romans, intended for gladiator fights, bulls fights, cultural events, public ...
All the drinkers from the night before are looking forward to our tour of Chateau Nuef de Pape. We wind the bus through 8000 acres of grapes to arrive at the summer palace of the popes, now in ruins from WWII Nazi damage, and then on to the winery where Ben, the vintner, explains the nuances of the three wines we sample. Caution needed to be exercised tonight at dinner in order to avoid Andy and Joan. Another night of "long story ...
... of his works are now located. An oil painting by Van Gogh painted in 1888 called Cafe Terrace features a cafe that still exists today called Cafe la Nuit where you can still enjoy a warm cup of coffee. We return to the ship for a lovely lunch and enjoy the company of two women from Texas that are still waiting for their luggage. Yikes! We relax in the early afternoon but venture out later to explore the castle at ...
... over 500 years later. Our little early bird helped us be smart travellers today as we arrived in Les Baux in time for a cafe and croissant before the castle opened. Not only did we beat the hordes of tourists, we were able to explore before it hit 32+ degrees. Learning about history becomes a lot less fun when it feels like you are standing on the face of the sun. Nearby is a former quarry that ...
... huge forts built not to defend France from foreign invaders, but to protect King Louis XVI from revolutionaries. We saw the oldest bakery in Marseilles where "navettes" were invented, cookies flavored with orange blossom water that are shaped like the oarless boat that brought Saint Mary Magdelene and hence Christianity to France after the crucifixion of Christ in 40 A.D. We had time to explore Notre-Dame de la Garde on foot, the cathedral that looms high ...