Villa Squadra - Bed and Breakfast

Address: 686 Chemin Flaquier Nord, Le Tignet, Provence, 06530, France | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 686 Chemin Flaquier Nord, Le Tignet, is near Parfumerie Fragonard, Grottes de St Cezaire, Gorges du Loup, and Parfumerie Molinard.
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    Travel Blogs from Le Tignet

    Day 48: Rest and Relaxation

    A travel blog entry by flahivemo on Jun 22, 2014

    Since exhaustion is officially hitting me full force, I slept in very late today. Took my time getting out of bed. And then took the train into down. Grabbed some subway because I didn't want to spend too much and wanted to get to the beach. Went down to the pebble beach and just sat for a couple hours and people watched. The sun felt wonderful and I was right next to the water sports station so I could see all the people take off for parasailing and ...

    Special edition posting: j's summary of McDonalds

    A travel blog entry by jtran on Sep 19, 2013

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    ... Jay: well, the washrooms in general are strange, some you need a code, some you have to pay to use, some were unisex. Ness: your best experience? Jay: Paris, with the quick express menu, where you order everything at the machine. There was also the very nice security guard dressed in a tuxedo, who humoured my very poor attempts to speak French. Ness: so, how ...

    Damon...we aren't in Kansas anymore

    A travel blog entry by jb_dh_eurotrip on May 28, 2013

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    ... operate throughout the EU...sim cards or an Euro cell phone are not options for us.

    Finally, with the basics in order we head via bus into Nice and explore the city. I enjoyed walking through the town and people watching on the Promenade. Old Town was my favorite as it had a lot more character than the touristy feel of the Promenade. The hike to Castle Hill was great and would only have been better if it was sunny as the view from the top ...

    Nice

    A travel blog entry by npd5050 on Jul 11, 2012

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    ... a range from the easy, accessible for beginners, to the most difficult, reserved for those with much technical training and experience. the descents of these canyons often consist of a series of abseilings down the cascades, using rope techniques. There are also the thrills of natural toboggans (or water slides), jumps, and swims across small lakes. There are many types of canyon on the French and Italian Riviera, and accordingly one can find many levels of participants in ...

    L'été vit plus fort

    A travel blog entry by sarahjesslauren on Jul 04, 2011

    14 photos

    ... a little tipsy...

    Once we headed down to the beach we soon discovered that sand wasn't an
    option. The entire coast is made up of large sharp rocks that make for an uncomfortable sitting... However, the aqua blue water was remarkable and almost worth the pain we endured. We must say that the highlight of the beach day was when Lauren got tackled and trampled
    by the wave over and over and over again... It really was a sight to ...