Auberge De Brantes

Brantes, Vaucluse, Provence, France | Hotel
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This hotel, located in Brantes, is near Mont Ventoux, Parc Naturel Régional du Verdon, Sentier Martel, and Musee Archeologique.
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Travel Blogs from Brantes

A Secluded fort walk, exploring and swimming

A travel blog entry by katemagnolia on Sep 10, 2014

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... a bit of mystery to our walk. It was like being in an abandoned city. Passing a black and white cat we made our way up the scorched hill from the rear, mostly unused side. Olive trees grew small and scraggly along the slope and cactus contrasted this with thick green bush like plants springing up in dips. Every so often a little lizard would dart for cover under them. We rounded the side of the fortress and saw the beautiful view of the city and the river. ...

Back to France we go!

A travel blog entry by bels_adventure on Sep 08, 2014

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... the little shop fronts and cafés. I much preferred it to Paris, much more relaxed and felt more at home and safe. We are sharing a room with our Korean friends, who we went out for dinner with tonight - it was a good outting. When we got back they have even given us gifts of postcards and bookmarks from their home town. They are so sweet. It will be sad that tomorrow is their last day with ...

Visit with Kate

A travel blog entry by opiemomren on Sep 06, 2014

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... oops, wrong game...Pétanque is actually a game similar to Bocce Ball. The tradition is that you play until one team reaches 13 points and if the opposing team gets shut out, they have to kiss the statue of Fanny on her bottom. Even though Dad did not pick me for his team AGAIN, Kate and I thoroughly enjoyed ourselves on our own little team, demonstrating some promising Pétanque skills and great sportsmanship !! The boys on the other hand...not so much... ...

Something local, Something Special

A travel blog entry by mitchandsam on Sep 02, 2014

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... house tart), or the lavender crème brulee, depending on how much room I had left (I figured the brulee would be lighter). Chose the brulee, and very happy with my choice. It was lovely – Nice dark brulee with a slight hint of bitterness and a lovely custard. All washed down with a leffe blonde, and finished with an espresso which was equally good (and you don’t say that all the time in France).

Back home this arvo for a relaxing afternoon ...

Les Aventurières du Goût Cooking Adventures

A travel blog entry by megs-anoop on Jul 20, 2013

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I got up just before 7 am to make a call as part of my job search, trying to be careful not to wake up Meghan and the other campers. I walked over to the reception are and made my call and worked on the computer till about 8 am, when I went back to the van to wake Meghan up. While she got up, I zipped off into town to the local boulangerie which we had scoped out the night before. I picked up two pain au chocolats and a Montbrunoise, which I guess is the local version of ...