Hotel Le Belvedere

5 place Voltaire, Arles, Provence, 13200, France | Inn
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Travel Blogs from Arles

Van Gogh territory

A travel blog entry by geoffrhonda

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Leaving Nice we drove through Cannes and had a quick look then on to Arles. This town was once home to Vincent Van Gogh but also contains a lot of stunning Roman Architecture. The town is small, quiet and very old. There is a Van Gogh trail however many of the sights of his painting no longer exist in their orginal state but still great to follow in his footsteps..

L'Isle sur La Sorgue and Gordes

A travel blog entry by barb3389

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... region. The vantage point provided safety in medieval times. In WWII it was bombed as it was a centre for the Resistance. Maryse described a Kir Royale which is popular here: sparkling wine with 1 1/2 tsp of cassis. On route we passes these conical stone houses which date back 3000 years, and were in use until the 19th C. They are called 'borises'. Lunch was in a creperie. Dorothy and Maija had the crepes and I had a wonderful Salade ...

So far so good - well blissfully lovely actually!

A travel blog entry by arwie

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... off point on our travels to date. Dinner in Cafe des Arts opposite the chateau and lovely moonlit walk along the Loire back to the campsite. Saturday morning on the road relatively early to south of Clermont Ferrand. Another 4 hour drive. Perfect for me. Two before lunch and two after. Easy. Wonderful views of volcanoes in Auvergne. Overnight at Lempdes d'Allagnon. Lovely village in valley with little river running through campsite. Sunday morning coffee in ...

Pont du Gard: Ancient Roman aqueduct

A travel blog entry by ssmalley

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This was the first of several short stop offs that we will be doing during the trip. The point of this particular one was to visit Pont du Gard, which is the site of an ancient Roman aqueduct. The aqueduct was built to transport millions of litres of water from one town to another. The bit that you can see is only a small section of the original, which was kilometres long. You can walk along the bottom level from one side to the other, and there are steps on both sides that lead up to ...

Old city

A travel blog entry by jacob.marsh3

A wonderful little city, took the train in for our only day off this week. I had ready about the ancient Roman colosseum and all of the history that goes along with the city and had to go see it. Lennea and I did a tour of the colosseum and got to go up to the top level to get a view of the whole city, and then down onto the ground ...

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This inn, located on 5 place Voltaire, Arles, is near Amphitheatre (les Arenes), Theatre Antique, Eglise St-Trophime, and Musee Reattu.
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