Le Presbytere en Provence

Address: Chemin des Capellans, Saint Etienne du Gres, Provence, 13013, France | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Chemin des Capellans, Saint Etienne du Gres, is near Place de l'Horloge, Rocher des Doms, Street of Dyers (Rue de Teinturiers), and Musee du Petit Palais.
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    Travel Blogs from Saint Etienne du Gres

    Adventures with Fifi along the Gorge and to Arles

    A travel blog entry by chantell87 on Jul 04, 2015

    ... left early as we felt bad. This day also happened to be the day of a parade of old clothing dresses. We asked in the morning and apparently they do the casual dress on the Friday and then the fancy dress on Sunday. It was a fun thing, appeared that probably the entire town was out as the town is so tiny and there were a lot of people. We went to bed at a half decent hour as tomorrow included driving the Fifi to Annecy then Switzerland we go! Pics to ...

    Sur Le Pont d'Avignon

    A travel blog entry by jknec on Sep 18, 2013

    One of my favourite places I visited in France, Avignon is such a beautiful old city. We stayed at an Air B'n'B rental within the ancient town centre, and were lucky enough to have access to a rooftop patio that looked out over the city toward the Palais de Papes. Had a lovely time strolling along the medieval ramparts, and the gorgeous wall of greenery in the city centre. Nothing bad to say about my visit to Avignon!

    Pope's Palace and Pont d'Avignon

    A travel blog entry by allansineurope on Apr 10, 2012

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    ... for each new room and get an English explanation.

    The St. Benezet Bridge , also known as Pont d'Avignon, was the subject of the famous nursery rhyme ("Sur Le Pont, D'Avignon, on y dancer, on y dancer). Sean's class actually learned the dance this year, so how neat is that? Only a portion of the medieval year old bridge (built from 1177 to 1185) still stands after floods and ice destroyed much of it. It was the only bridge over the Rhone river in ...

    En Provence

    A travel blog entry by h.glenn on Jun 11, 2010

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    ... he have a French residence? Turns out that at one time the conflict in Rome between different factions and friction between the Emperor and the Pope made it necessary for the Pope to withdraw to Avignon, which was a convenient centre in the contemporary Catholic world. After Versailles I half expected to see the Palace still largely decorated in its original style, but since several fires had gutted the palace, the interior only gives a sense of grandeur from the size and design of ...

    Last day at St Remy de Provence

    A travel blog entry by kyria on Mar 16, 2009

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    ... be torn beyond all repair!) and he said yes, it was theirs and yes, lots of people complain, thanked us for our purchase - end of. No obvious signs of being torn beyond all repair and yet another lesson learnt by me, we drove to have lunch in Vence, a hilltop town we'd stayed in before close to Nice and an easy drive down to airport. I do not want to dwell on the cost of living in France so this will be the only reference but I do want to note ...