Le Pont des Bannes

Route d'Arles, Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer, Provence, 13460, France | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Route d'Arles, Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer.
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Travel Blogs from Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer

St Remy-de-Provence

A travel blog entry by david.seldon on Sep 10, 2014

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... but they do so with no "spillage" from one scene onto the adjacent wall or floor in the cave which has huge pillars left to support the roof after the stone was extracted, and the pillars are also projected onto in the same seamless fashion... I simply cannot do it justice here, but do have a Google on it, because it is simply an amazing experience. It is all ..."animated" isn't the right word, but is all moving and growing, and evolving as you watch, and after ...

Tour de France

A travel blog entry by joannacooper on Sep 09, 2014

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... is the main town of the Luberon mountains. Today was mostly about scenery and it really was spectacular at times. Very much like you see on the TV when watching the Tour, winding up and down mountains with sweeping views. We went through Cavaillon and then stopped at Apt for lunch. Had a bit of difficulty finding where the main area of town was, but we got there ...

Cassis

A travel blog entry by joannacooper on Sep 08, 2014

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Having had a couple of days of historical monuments and villages we decided we would have a visit to the Mediterranean as a change of direction and interest. We were going to go to Cassis via Aix en Provence, but it is rather a large city and we got jammed up trying to get a car park in a tiny street and lost our nerve and decided to give Aix en Provence a miss! Cassis is a popular tourist destination situated about 20 kms ...

Les Baux and Nimes

A travel blog entry by joannacooper on Sep 07, 2014

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... very impressive. We paid our dues to go inside and listen to a recorded audio guide which was very interesting to begin with but got a bit boring after 20 minutes or so, so we climbed to the top and then came back down to ground level to go and find the Maison Carree, a small Roman Temple built in 19BC and said to be the best preserved anywhere. After having look at that we spotted one of those tourist ...

The Chevals of Carmargue

A travel blog entry by bmilnes on Jul 19, 2014

2 comments, 9 photos

... boat and have huge processions through town led by the guardienne (cowboys) on their white horses. Sara is also the patron saint of gypsies. Had a great lunch complete with oysters and scallop terrine. Gallons of rosé washed it down. Then a spot of light retail through the market, gelato purchasing and back via the beach to the car. Unfortunately as we left a sandstorm began, whipped up by onshore winds, so sandblasted we gave up on the idea of a swim and headed ...