Logis De France Le Mas De La Roseraie

43, Rte De La Coste Basse, Arles, 13200, France
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Transportation to the train

by bojohynek

The best train connection going to Milan leaves Arles at 5:08 a.m. We will be staying at the Hotel Regency which only a few blocks from the train station. My question is how do we get to the train station at 4:00 a.m.?

Re: Transportation to the train

by leics

You don't need to be at the station too long before departure.

Getting there for 4.45 am would give you ample time, assuming you have bought your ticket at least the day beforehand.

You could just walk (if it's only a few blocks) or ask the hotel to pre-book a taxi for you.

Re: Transportation to the train

by jamesfmunro

Unless you carry a disability or are very frail, a 5 minute walk doesn't seem a bad option.

Re: Transportation to the train

by mccalpin

heh heh, when a hotel website says "5 minutes" away (which this one certainly does), I always get suspicious - 5 minutes on foot? by car? for Superman?

But www.viamichelin.com does show that the distance from the hotel's address to the train station is 400 meters, which they estimate to be 6 minutes, so I guess the hotel was being straight after all ;-)

To me, it's a function of 3 things:
1. how much luggage do you have; can you drag it 400 meters?
2. While European cities are generally safe(r than North American) in many ways, is there something about this neighborhood that suggests that you shouldn't walk it at that hour (your hotel will certainly know).
3. Are "we" both female or otherwise not in a situation to discourage unwanted attention...assuming that anyone's awake at that hour anyway ;-)

If a taxi is the way to go for whatever reason, any hotel in any European city is perfectly prepared to reserve a taxi for you 24 hours a day - it's what they do.

Hmmmn, note that on the hotel website (http://www.hotel-regence.com/acces.htm), that they say 300 meters to the station, and clearly assume that people will walk to the hotel from the train station...

Bill

Re: Transportation to the train

by JLBG

There is no Hotel Regency in Arles, I assume that you mean Hotel Régence, 5 rue Marius Jouveau.
If you look at Google map, you will see that you will have to walk strait on Quai du 8 Mai 1945, along the river Rhône for exactly 420 m. First it is along a small park and then along the railway parking lot.
Then turn full right on Avenue Paulin Talabot and walk 140 meters.

Alternatively, after the end of the park, you can go right and get another leg of Avenue Paulin Talabot that will lead you to the station. This route will be around 500 m, a bit shorter.

Both routes should be perfectly secure are they are very quiet areas at night: only the traffic to the station. You might not meet anybody before getting close to the station!

Travel Tips for Arles

The Trinquetaille Bridge

by Lady_Mystique

From the Roquette quay in October 1888, Vincent Van Gogh studied the metal bridge spanning the river and joining the two banks of the city of Arles.

His view took in all of the movement and the staircase, the link by which men and women climbed from the quay onto the bridge.

"The Trinquetaille Bridge"
October 1888
Oil on canvas, 73.5 x 92.5 cm
Zurich, Kunsthaus Zurich (on loan)

More Scenes of Old Arlesian Life

by hquittner

There are of other wax figures showing scenes of Arlesian 19C life such as a woman at prayer, or of a visit to the dress maker's shop. There are also cabinets with many examples of simple head dress styles and of gardian hats. Finally there is a scene inside a gardian's shack when they are out herding.

Van Gogh's View of the Rhone at Night

by Lady_Mystique

Starry Night over the Rhone is one of Vincent van Gogh's famous paintings of Arles at night.

The challenge of painting at night intrigued Van Gogh. The perspective he chose for Starry Night over the Rhone allowed him to capture the reflections of the gas lighting in Arles across the glimmering blue water of the Rhone.
The sky above is illuminated by the constellation known as the Great Bear.
In the foreground, two lovers enjoy the soft, soothing night light as they stroll by the banks of the river.

Depicting color was of great importance to Vincent. In letters to his brother, Theo van Gogh, he often described objects in his paintings in terms of color. His night paintings, including Starry Night over the Rhone, emphasize the importance he placed in capturing the sparkling colors of the night sky and the artificial lighting that was new to this period.

Oil on canvas
72.5 x 92.0 cm
Arles 1888
Musée d'Orsay Paris

Bring on El Toro

by rexvaughan

This is the floor of the Roman Arena. As you can see, it is prepared for the bullfights which I think is about its only use these days. Apparently many of the original seats are still in use. It amazes me to find anything 2000 years old still functioning as it did originally. Why don't we build stadia like this anymore?

Roman Theater

by agarcia

Following the example of Les Arènes, the ancient Roman Theater of Arles is already in use during our days, thought this time the function of the building is the same than 2000 years ago. During Arles festival there are plenty of theater and film representations, that I’m sure would be quite spectacular, as the theater can hold up to 10.000 spectators. But what more impressed me of the place where its peaceful surroundings. A marvelous place to walk!

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