Hotel Particulier

Address: Rue de la Monnaie, Arles, Provence, 13200, France | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on Rue de la Monnaie, Arles, is near Theatre Antique, Eglise St-Trophime, Espace Van Gogh, and Cryptoportiques.
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      Travel Blogs from Arles

      Day 7 Avignon

      A travel blog entry by roamed on Mar 31, 2015

      ... ready for the afternoon tour.

      We took the optional tour to the Pont du Gard. It was wonderful seeing this ancient treasure. It was interesting to learn that long after the Romans the people used the aqueduct as a road. It was a beautiful day. I wish we spent more time just sitting in the sun. Unfortunately, we went into the museum – it was by far the worst museum I've ever been ...

      Day 6 A Van Gogh Day

      A travel blog entry by roamed on Mar 30, 2015

      Day 6 A Van Gogh Day March 30, 2015 Tarascon &Arles


      Arles is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It has many preserved Roman ruins. The Venus d'Arles is now at the Louvre. Here one can see part of the ancient aqueduct and the amphitheater.
      They gave us another alternative tour which we took. It was a Van Gogh themed tour. I felt I had seen enough Roman ruins (although they were pointed out anyway) and wanted to focus on Van Gogh. ...

      A Windmill, another Aqueduct, an Abbaye and Arles

      A travel blog entry by galgano47 on Mar 26, 2015

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      ... stone was quarried 6km north of Arles and had to be transported down the river to either Arles or even the Camarge. Going up the Rhone required around thirty men to tow the barge with ropes. No harness (the Romans didn't think of that despite their amazing technology), just thirty men with ropes slung over their shoulders towing the barge upriver. Coming back down they had the current and a large oar for steering. Possibly turning in to the bank, ...

      The jambon's connected to the cornichon

      A travel blog entry by londonpenguin on Sep 30, 2014

      12 photos

      ... br> Now they have the occasional rock concert -- both Sting and Elton John have played there -- as well as both bullfights and bull games. Bullfights are what you think they are: there's a matador, and his job is to kill the bull. Bull games are different. There are black bulls from the Camargue region (they look a lot different from the big Spanish bulls) and there are contestants. The bulls' horns are decorated with ribbons, and on top of their heads is a cockade. The ...

      A Farewell to Arles

      A travel blog entry by lesjakubecs on Jul 05, 2014

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      ... the Tom Cruise classic film Top Gun: I feel the need-o, the need-o for speedo) we made our way to the public pool.

      Well, you win some, you lose some.

      This pool turned out to be a very cold outdoor pool full of adults doing lengths. I don't think they get many tourists, the facilities were in dire need of upgrading, and the journey from the front door to the pool itself involved a Stalin-era process ...