Hotel Le Belvedere
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Le Belvedere Arles
Travel Blogs from Arles
... As usual we had a 20 minute tour of the commercial sector before we turned round and came across a nice place overlooking the water. Sue had gambas while I ordered a bien cuit burger, imagining that it would arrive a little pink in the centre. On arrival it was obvious that the chef had just waved it at the flames. I'm not one to complain so I ate it and jolly good it was too. It is 31C. Back ...
... it can be - lost on foot. Back to the tent for lunchtime and a quick beer (really pleased we bought this electric cold box). Sue went for a swim and I lazed around and had a few zzzz's. I think the colour of my stomach will eventually brown and it will become less sensitive! Rest of day reading and watched a really slow film with Will Smith - Focus. Not his best! Thunderstorms in the distance but only the odd drop of rain. Forecast is not good for a week. Tomorrow we go to ...
... pleased that we packed the tent perfectly with Sue taking the supervisory function having read the instructions. The lady at reception was charming when preparing our bill - 154€ for 6 nights and recommended a place to stay in St Remy de Province. It was Camping Monplaisir, the site we had already chosen so it was quite reassuring . Th journey was quite uneventful but passed through many beautiful villages and tree lined roads. Very ...
... floors. Absolutely stunning.
Arles supported Caesar in the 4 year civil war with Pompey and was rewarded by Caesar with trade preferences and many of his legions given land. Virtually all trade between Gaul (France) was conducted through Arles. No wonder it was known as the "Little Rome of Gaul"
We had planned on a quiet day ahead of Ches's birthday trip to the Camargue and Aigue-Mortes tomorrow but it hadn't turned out that way.
Virginie said that Anne-Sophie might make €26,000 (approx. $34,000) per year, but she doesn't have to buy expensive liability insurance like doctors do in the U.S. France doesn't have the litigious culture that we do.
There are four types of tax in France: income tax, since 1914, that works similarly to ours (bracketed, deductions); social charges, which are deducted from your paycheck and are as much as 21.5% (this tax ...