Ibis Budget Arles Palais Des Congrès
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... dinnertime we sat again with interesting couples we met last night. There was a Captain’s toast which we missed since we got back late and it took some time to get dressed for the Captain’s Dinner. The menu was special tonight. I had escargot.
After dinner we went up on the deck. Since everyone was packing we had the deck to ourselves. It was a beautiful night with a tree quarters ...
... When he was finally allowed to paint he painted 150 paintings. During this time he also did 100 drawings. Unfortunately none of his work is here. They do have pictures of his paintings in the spots where he painted. It was nice to be walking in his footsteps. However, I discovered that Arles did have a museum with his paintings L' Espace de van Gogh. Viking didn't arrange a visit on either of their Van Gogh tours - I find this unbelievable!
... du Gard but in many respects no less significant.
Here is what the travel guides should tell you, apart form where to find them like I had done above. There are two aqueducts running side by side, parallel with the D33. They merge when they meet a massive rock where one channel is carved through the rock for some 20 meters and then on the other side there is a steep slope down the rock face. On this slope are the remains of the 16 flour ...
... And we have booked two nights here. We'll see what tomorrow brings.
The sun is shining and it is warm today. We are going out to explore the town again. We first hit the Roman Theater. Built in the 2nd century AD this was the heart of the Roman city that was here at that time. As with all things Roman, it is big, impressive, amazing and makes you marvel at the ingenuity of the people back then. The gentle curve of the seating. ...
... than when she left home (yeah sure!) After some reading and relaxing, we ate AGAIN! We reflected that this might be our last lunch for the holiday. We won't be able to eat like this next week! Next we headed out for a walking tour of Arles. There was a magnificent ampitheatre (mini colisseum) where you could see men fighting wild animals and each other - in the olden days. It was huge and is still being used today for performances but mostly for bull ...