La Bastide des Anges

Address: 2, chemin du Camp de la Besse, Grasse, French Riviera - Cote d'Azur, Provence, 06520, France | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 2, chemin du Camp de la Besse, Grasse, is near Parfumerie Fragonard, Gorges du Loup, Parfumerie Molinard, and Villa Fragonard.
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      Ah, the South of France!

      A travel blog entry by madamelily on Sep 12, 2014

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      ... a café along the road. Cultural alert: Sunday is not the day to look for food. Plan to be hungry if you have not planned ahead. When I lived in France in 1995-96, I was charmed by the custom of Sunday being "family day" in French towns and found only shuttered homes and quiet streets as I drove around on Sundays. I assumed that time would have changed that practice. I was very wrong. We couldn't find a restaurant open after ...

      Nice

      A travel blog entry by sammishaw on Jun 28, 2013

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      Hi Aus, Waking up just after 6 super sleepy we packed up thankfully after some blow-drying each time we were back in the room our washing was dry and ready to reuse (WOOOHOOO fresh undies/jocks and socks). Had some brekkie and then on the road for a full day of driving to Nice stopping and 3 services throughout the day for loo breaks and food. Arriving at Nice to a central hotel where we unpacked some stuff ...

      A Nice Time

      A travel blog entry by rach_travelbug on Aug 22, 2012

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      ... and familiar countryside after the heat, hustle and bustle of Italy.

      We only really had one day in Nice as arrived in at 9pmish the first night due to having to get a later train. So that day we went to the fruit/flower market in Cours Saleya, then after strolling through there we climbed up to the top of a hill to see the view of Old Town Nice (well worth it! :D). Then we just lay on the beach and took turns going in ...

      The Corniche D'Or & Grasse

      A travel blog entry by stumblebum on Feb 06, 2012

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      Following the coast road to Cannes, we continued west along the Corniche D'Or. This was far prettier than the popular corniches and much less developed. We also found a beach from Jayne's childhood. The drive took us to St Raphael, Frejus and then north to Bagnols en Foret, Lac St Cassien and finally Grasse where visited the local museum. The day had involved a lot of twisty mountain roads and we were ready to eat when we got back to Nice. Pizza followed at La ...

      Only great surprises here

      A travel blog entry by nealrover on Jul 23, 2011

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      ... the displays particularly a fairly extensive and I would imagine reasonably priceless collection of old Vinaigrettes, Perfume holders and bottles. A really good free museum well worth a bit of your time when in Grasse.

      The narrow streets of the old town start just near the museum and Grasse is quite different to any other town we have been in on this Provencal leg of the trip. A large North African population lives here and the old town has a feel a little like ...