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Old Jan 9th, 2008, 12:14 PM
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St Remy to the Camargue ideas or thoughts

More trip planning will be in St Remy early June. Would love to see the Flamingo's and horses there.
Has anyone taken a day trip from St Remy to Camaruge? Ideas re dining and stops would be appreciated
Thanks!
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Old Jan 9th, 2008, 02:59 PM
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We stay about 20 minutes north of St Remy, near Carpentras. We did a day trip last year and here is the a link to that posting on my blog

http://4theloveoffrance.blogspot.com...-camargue.html

and here's a link to our photos

http://4theloveoffrance.blogspot.com...ence-2007.html

We didn't stop to eat anywhere, but there are many posts about restos in Arles that I have seen on this board.
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Old Jan 9th, 2008, 05:09 PM
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We drove from Arles to the Camarague 3 years ago. It was probably the inspiration for Carly Simon to sing,'Is that all there is?"
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Here's a vote for the Camargue region and do try to visit Aigue Mortes, an ancient walled city which was a jumping off point during the Crusades.
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We loved the area, really calm and peaceful. Great photos lp_nyc, here are some of Saintes Maries de la mer and Aigues Mortes.
http://tinyurl.com/3e5q2h
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Do see www.camargue.fr for villages, horses, etc. Stop in Saintes Maries de la Mer, visit the church and its view from the roof top. I agree with Aigues Mortes, a good spot for a pleasant walk followed by a delicious lunch or dinner.
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