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Travel Blogs from Arles
... confirm, I think it was when we were traveling in France. Anyway, it feels pretty bad to cause a situation, especially when all you can say in French is "thank you". Pardon moi, or desole would have been good responses, but none of these came to me. However, there is (finally) good news in this story. At my new seat, one carriage along the train, a lady in the ...
We made a half day trip to Arles from Nimes by train.
Being a small village we were able to see most of what there was in the central part quite easily. There is the main arena, roughly the same size as the arena in Nimes, and also the Ampitheatre nearby, which is mostly ruins now.
The other main attraction of ...
... it was the weekend and very soon after New Year's Day.
I missed out on seeing the Gardens and the Castle as I arrived late and they'd already done it.
From here we also did a half-day trip to Arles - see next entry.
There are other smaller villages around to do day trips to/from, such as Avignon.
Marseilles and Montpelier are also 2-3 hours away by train.
After a very enjoyable breakfast at the hotel we drove into Arles which is about 3 km away.
This town is very old and dates back to the 4th century.
There is quite a few Roman structures still standing. The amphitheatre is 1,600 years old.
Walked 15 minutes of the Santiago De Compostela and cant believe they walk through here all the way to Spain. Arrived at a beautiful church Saint Trophime where mass had ...
... and nod, he would not actually hear a word I said and we would return to our life the way it was before Luc.
As I write, the Cruise Director is organizing the morning tour to Arles, but Jerry and I are going to get bikes and do our own exploring in this ancient walled village built by Romans. This evening the boat will actually sail somewhere, after 24 delightful hours aboard.
Stay tuned. xo, Georgia