Ibis Budget Arles Palais Des Congrès
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... of course, boulangeries, bars and bistros.
We have visited our local super-marche for supplies, where we were amazed by the variety of goods available. We're expecting high prices but to our surprise, the prices are reasonable, but beer and wine is significantly cheaper.
We are keen to start exploring the local area but it is very hot, 37 degrees yesterday, so we ...
... a glass of juice?!? I have created another video of Avignon, so take a look at the sights. Summary of my trip: - Palace of the Popes - Point Saint-Bénezet (bridge) - Wandering the medieval city streets - Exploring the different foods at the local market - Smurf flavoured gelato - because why not? - Listening to the music in the streets of ...
... The capacity of the mills has been estimated at 4.5
tons of flour per
day, enough to supply bread for as many as 10,000 of perhaps 30-40,000 inhabitants of Arelate at that
time. It is thought that the
wheels were overshot water wheels with
the outflow from the top driving the next one down and so on, to the base of
the hill. The archaeological museum in Arles actually has models of the complex and there is a suggestion ...
... like it before.
We went into the St. Trophime church. It has an amazing Romanesque entrance but, unfortunately, just three days ago scaffolding went up in order to fix some previously and poorly repaired masonry. We could see just enough to regret our timing. The interior is very dark because there are no windows, and it's full of side chapels with saints' relics. As you walk farther into the church, it suddenly turns Gothic, and there is light coming through ...
... I had figured that Aix en Provence would be a good place to start and after some navigation issues, we rolled in and parked in the centre. Some pretty fountains and the usual paved narrow streets of shops and cafes. But, after awhile, many of the bigger towns and cities look very alike, so we were less than impressed. It was pretty hot, and not so easy when you don't have ...