Logis Le Mas Des Sables
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... graveyard. Throughout there are maxims, poems, and other profane and sacred messages to give some thought during the tour. The catacombs hold multiple bones of people who were once famous. Clarke and Anie descended down 130 steps to get to the catacombs. As the catacombs were Anie’s idea, Clarke wasn’t very happy to be going into an underground graveyard. To get a laugh, Clarke tickled ...
Embark on a half-day excursion into the Camargue. Lined with sandbars and reed-covered marshes, the Camargue is Europe’s largest delta, a dramatic landscape caught between land and sea. The keepers of this land are its gardians, akin to our cowboys. They live here with their families, often several generations together, carving out lifestyles in sync with the land, following the ...
Your ship cruises through the early morning hours to Arles, where you'll disembark for a tour of the town which was so beloved by Vincent van Gogh. As you explore, you'll encounter signs indicating places rendered in Van Gogh's works. Here you'll find still standing the Cafe l’Alcazar, the establishment where the artist stayed and used the manager, Madame Ginoux, as his model for his painting ...
... Penich( barge). there is nowhere he said but you are wellcome to tie alongside me. Great. the barge is big. But we had to lower the fenders as the barge is fully loaded. The only question is where to tie up along the 81m of barge. It is strange to look down on the barge which draws a lot more than red and see the bottom of the barge is below reds keels. The barge operator Christoff turned on the power to the lead that was conveniently next to red so we had a ...
... song known around the world.
From up on the Rocher des Doms, and with a little imagination, you can reconstruct the past: the turbulent river, unpredictable and unsettling, at a much higher water level than today, the Ile de la Barthelasse, just starting to form, and the Philippe le Bel Tower at the other end, awash in the waters.””””
Imagine my timing sorrow that we still had enough time to climb up ...