Hotel Arles Plaza
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Arles
... road, long route to get to this little villages main event- a fortress built high on a hill, overlooking the river. The fortress was built before the bridge, and had lead to the bridge being built, which in turn had brought the popes and inspired them to build their palace. The streets were deserted- aside from restaurant staff no one was about today, taking refuge from the heat, or stuck at work, who knows. It did mean we could stroll at our own place ...
... half under the car to find the 20E I hear the cacophony of horns building behind me.... Actually, I liked my old air-horns better that used to play La Cuckaracha (sp)..... Anyway, I wipe the old diesel and sump-oil droppings off, feed the damn money into the damn machine and pump my fists when I see the green light go on....(why do people stare at me all the time...) and try to again squeeze back into the cab, at the same time wondering if those things hanging on the ...
... route back which was great as it gave us another perspective of the countryside. This route took us through Avignon and we stopped for a 'nature break' as they say on the Tour, found a modern shopping centre with a nice restaurant so decided to stay there for dinner which was very pleasant. By the time we got back to St Remy it was 9.00pm after another very pleasant ...
... 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 ...
... lots of Roman monuments scattered through town. Jean really enjoyed the arena and the theater. I took a picture of him sitting in the seats that were reserved for knights. We walked along the stone wall around town, and that was fun. Vincent Van Gogh lived in Arles for a while before his death, and throughout the town are signs that point out the scenes he painted. One of his most famous "Starry Night" was painted ...