Le Mas de Foncaudette

Address: Anny Jeanpierre - La Lombarde, Puyvert, Luberon, Vaucluse, Provence, 84 160 , France | B&B
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      Wine Country

      A travel blog entry by danielriegel on Nov 16, 2014

      This morning, explore a local market in Lyon with your Program Director, and discover myriad sweet and savory items for sale. You'll experience the delectable goodness of the many kinds of French breads, from the long, thin baguettes to the plumper loaves of pain (bread) during an exclusive Discovery Series event.

      In the ...

      Arrival in Lyon

      A travel blog entry by danielriegel on Nov 15, 2014

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      Your ship will start cruising the Saone River this morning. Perhaps you'll settle into a comfortable deck chair and view the passing riverside scenery. Or, find a favorite spot onboard to sip coffee and unwind with a book before docking in Lyon in the early afternoon after an onboard lunch.

      You'll tour historic Lyon by motorcoach, which is recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Once ...

      Lyon: A Contrast in Old and New

      A travel blog entry by newtoa on Aug 14, 2014

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      ... in her honor. There is a second church on the lower level; the humble 16th century original chapel still stands on the site, as well. This afternoon we took a cruise that showed the extreme opposites of very old and very new architecture along the Soane and Rhone Rivers. Very interesting! We then popped into an off-the-beaten-track restaurant for a good meal and some fun conversation with a local ...

      Toll day

      A travel blog entry by besomeone on Sep 11, 2013

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      ... French foods; they're very fresh and usually made/grown in France!

      Leaving Versailles was quite depressing, I loved the whole idea of exploring the city. I felt as if there was so much more to see, I could have easily spent a week just in Versailles! Ben and I did some crazy manoeuvres , shifting lanes within a second to spare, circling roundabouts numerous times so we could work out the right exits and the best yet; Ben did a whole U ...

      Mustard and lyon

      A travel blog entry by europels on Jul 17, 2013

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      ... explored the old Lyon area, which again included cobblestone roads and tiny shops built into the first floor of old buildings. There were many beautiful churches and bridges, along with small book shops and creperies! After seeing as much as we could, and reluctantly not tripping through the cobblestone street, we headed back to the hostel and are having a low key night before heading down to the coast tomorrow! Marseilles bound tomorrow along with many bottles of sunscreen! À demain! ...