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Miscellaneous: Here are my guide books that provided me details about a geographic location, tourist attractions, or most interesting itineraries in Arles:
Provence. Societe Ajax, Edition du Boumian – Monaco. 230 photographs, 8 sketchmaps. 1995. 128 pages.
France. Le Petit Fute. Michel Strogoff & Ass., City-Guides, Country-Guides, Paris-Luxemburg-Moscow. 1999, 64 pages.
France. Polyglott Verlag GmbH, Munchen, 1993, 96 pages.
Around the World. France. Second edition. Publisher "Around the World", 2005, 544 pages. 79 cities, 168 museums, 300 churches and cathedrals, 22 Castles, 50 maps, 200 illustrations.
Written Jun 24, 2012
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: Bring mosquito repellant! According to our waiter, as we swatted gigantic mosquitos from our necks, they are the "the specialites de la region". Unfortunately, we didn't have any repellant and after travelling around Provence, we have huge musquito bites as souveneirs
Written Sep 28, 2005
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: Good walking shoes for the old stone streets of Arles. Light clothing for the hot sun of the summer and early fall; protective clothing for the windy Mistral of winter and early spring.
Photo Equipment: If (unlike me) you are a serious photographer, bring your best 35mm and tripod with filters and lenses for the beauty of the Provence.
Miscellaneous: Rent a car or motorcycle and drive to Les Baux, St. Remy, north and around into wine country (Chateauneuf du Pape, Rasteau), just go, go, GO!
Written Aug 19, 2004
4 Reviews and 331 Opinions Stayed here in July 2008. Very fiendly and helpfull staf. The Rooms are ok and there is a good...
1 Review and 179 Opinions Hotel De L'Amphitheatre appears to be the latest "good hotel deal" in Arles. It is now completely...
1 Review and 75 Opinions This was a delightful hotel right in the centre of Arles at the famous Place du Forum (The Van Gogh...