Le Boatel

Address: A Quai Au Pont Van Gogh, 13200 , Arles, Provence, 13200, France | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on A Quai Au Pont Van Gogh, 13200 , Arles, is near Musee de l'Arles et de la Provence antique, Espace Van Gogh, Les Alyscamps, and The Camargue.
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      Travel Blogs from Arles

      Day 7 Avignon

      A travel blog entry by roamed on Mar 31, 2015

      ... Musee Louis Vouland is a beautiful mansion with a prestigious collection decorative arts from the 17th and18th centuries. To think I missed this to walk around a museum that had no artifacts - everything was fake. I am furious with Viking for wasting that time. And I’m annoyed I didn’t do my research ahead of time. This is the first and last time I just go with the tour.
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      Day 6 A Van Gogh Day

      A travel blog entry by roamed on Mar 30, 2015

      ... his beloved Yellow House. The people of the village wanted to get rid of him since they considered him crazy and dangerous. He ended up in the hospital near St. Remy. He died in 1890.

      In the afternoon we went on an optional Van Gogh tour to Les Baux (a little village on on a rocky spur) and Remy which is in the eastern part of Provence. We went to the hospital, Saint Paul de Mausole, where he stayed for a year, outside of St Remy ...

      Day 6. Monday, October 20. Day trip to Arles.

      A travel blog entry by eldnik202 on Oct 20, 2014

      30 photos

      I was tired and slept in until 10 AM, missed breakfast. Today I was going to see Arles, local trains go to Arles often, and it only takes 20 minutes. I went for breakfast to "Salon De Thé", on rue de la Republique, and had coffee and 2 croissants, it was 11 o'clock, but my train was leaving at 11:40. Rue de la Republique is leading to the train station and it has a supermarket, bank, several bakeries, a tourist information office. Unfortunately, there ...

      Romans and Flamingos

      A travel blog entry by bstokesdenver on Oct 17, 2014

      9 photos

      ... the actors and a large orchestra pit in front. All the performances were free and the seating was designed to keep the various classes separate.

      Just around the corner is the Amphitheater. It could accommodate 20,000 spectators and had canvas strips overhead which could be pulled taut to form a type of sun shade over the area. The Amphitheater was built for sporting events such as gladiators or animal hunts. Again ...

      We made a decision: Arles

      A travel blog entry by sandravventures on Jul 21, 2014

      14 photos

      ... Sold out. Oops. I for the first time did not buy tickets ahead of time because I was worried about the part where it said I needed a printed copy and I couldn't print. Besides, people do this, they go to train stations and buy tickets right then. Oh well, good news is, they have another train in 1 1/2 hours AND buying from the clerk somehow ended up saving us 28€. With an hour and a half until departure we take a walk. Nothing too exciting ...