Ibis Budget Arles Palais Des Congrès
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Arles
... long in Arles. Although it was an interesting place, it was a little too crowded with tourists for us. Let's have a drive along the Rhône and find a quiet place to eat. Quick drive up to Beaucaire (once our satnav had sorted out the one way and pedestrian systems of Arles.) Two ways of travelling through Beaucaire rive gauche and rive droite. Droite is commercial and gauche is ...
Lovely morning! Got up in a leisurely way and walked into St Remy to the market. It was not like the one at Les Salles. It was huge! Cheese, fruit, food and drink stalls all looked fantastic. Then you realise that nearly everyone shopping is a tourist and it is all tourist prices. I don't mind paying a bit over the odds for a good saucisson or a smelly cheese but I think they are taking the pee a bit here. As we were walking, we didn't have the sat nav and got lost. I've forgotten ...
... was the archeological museum out of town, we decided to salvage part of our plan and go there. We hopped on the small bus and headed to the museum. No problem. Upon arrival I noticed we beat the crowd, no cars in the lot and we were the only ones there. When I approached the main entrance the only sign in English said, "Closed Tuesday ". Another problem.
Our free bus had already left so we started hoofing it back to the hotel. It would be ...
... After trying to get into a recommended restaurant and finding it was closed, we struggled to find any other option. We ended up in a Japanese restaurant, run by a man from Japan, and a man from the French Alps. The sushi and salad was just what we needed, very fresh and tasted just as it does in Japan. We also had a nice, but long conversation with the French man. Our topics included Van Gogh, traveling, and nuclear energy.
Lots of love, ...
... of the Empire and a possession of the Counts of Provence, Arles was one of the most attractive cities of the Mediterranean world during the Middle Ages. Travellers from many countries described its monuments with enthusiasm. The Roman theatre was built at the end of the 1st century BC. The cavea could hold 10,000 people in 33 rows of seats. The majestic high wall at the back of the stage was decorated with columns and statues; two columns and the collection ...