Le Mas de Foncaudette
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this b&b rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Kids activities or Babysitting
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Le Mas de Foncaudette Puyvert
Travel Blogs from Puyvert
... br> When we went on our tour I was so excited to go in the production room. I thought I was so cool walking through the plant. I loved watching the machines as they did everything automatically. I was cool to see how the needles came out and to see how not each on came out the same. It was cool to see mistakes on the production line as well. I was really fascinated by it all. I also really loved looking at their charts that gave them a forecast and goals.
... to take pictures on my phone, but most of my pictures came out very blurry. As we traveled to the Port of Marceille it was another about hour trip to the Port. I feel asleep again on the bus. I became very hungry at this point. I should have brought snacks, but I did not realize there would be such a long time between meals. When were on our way to the port we had to stop at a bus station so the student that ripped his pants could get another pair. I was upset that we ...
... br> Saturday June 7
It is hot! Today we spent visiting Lyon's Unesco-listed old town. We took the funicular up to the Basilique Notre Dame de Fourviere and walked down through the gardens and narrow stairways. Following lunch, we visited the Musee de la Resistance and then walked home by the river. In hindsight, we should have done the last bit on the bike. But we did not.
... br> Went back to our place in Vieux Lyon for lunch, passing Youann on the way. Chatted with Adi about her work, plans and generally. Relaunched ourselves up the steep tall hill behind the old town on the furniculair railway to explore the Roman ruins of an amphitheatre that is still use in summer for concerts, one music festival lasting for a month. Then walked on to the cathedral that dominated the skyline in yesterday's pic. ...
... the pool and the water was so cool and refreshing! We spent several hours alternating between laying in the sun, having a swim and chilling in the shade. We returned to our hostel to enjoy our dinner of local foods! Lyon sausage, French bread, potatoes cooked in a rotisserie, Cotes du Rhone wine and Brie (well it wasn't Brie but we think the man said it was nearly the same!) It was all lovely and great to enjoy local food and same some ...