Hostellerie Du Lac Bleu

Address: 24, Boulevard Roi Rene, 13100 Aix en Provence, Aix-en-Provence, Provence, 13480, France | Hostel
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This hostel, located on 24, Boulevard Roi Rene, 13100 Aix en Provence, Aix-en-Provence, is near Farmers' Markets, Cinema Mazarin, Musee d'Histoire Naturelle, and Tissage de France.
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Travel Blogs from Aix-en-Provence


A travel blog entry by deantyrrell on Jul 26, 2015

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Today we decided that we wanted a chill day and that we didn't want to travel. Therefore we woke up late. We then went to the pool and sunbathed and read for a couple of hours before going back to the campervan. We played a game of Rummikub and then went to ...

Happy Birthday Dad!

A travel blog entry by deantyrrell on Jul 25, 2015

Today we woke up rather early to try to head down to St. Tropez for Dad's birthday. However, as we started to enter Frejus, which was in St. Raphaël, we realised that we had driven into the Saturday morning rush hour traffic for the beach. So, we turned around and at midday we decided to head elsewhere. We found a campsite in ...

Saturday strolling in Aix

A travel blog entry by lurk on May 23, 2015

Having done one load of washing last night that hadn't dried enough, I gave it another drying cycle then fiddled around with the machine (with help from an online manual) until I got the cycles back into sync to do another load before we headed out. We wandered down to see the flower market then down to Place Richelme to find the nougat girl but she wasn't there. I bought some lavender bags from the lovely old lady we had spoken to on Thursday then we went ...

Not your typical day in Provence

A travel blog entry by labellevie on Nov 14, 2014

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... 8220;undesirables”, and third as an interment camp for Jews being deported to Auschwitz via Drancy. It is also known as the “camp of artists” due to the number and diversity of artworks produced by the interned; more than 400 pieces were created here by the likes of Max Ernst, Hans Bellmer, and Lion Feuchtwanger as a way to channel their creativity to resist the persecution and dehumanization to ...

Aix, Marseilles & Les Calanques

A travel blog entry by jwalkntheworld on Apr 29, 2014

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... the swim we had a well earned lunch and decided to head back to Cassis. The two hour trek back was very tiring but the calanques were well worth it. We managed to take the last bus back to Aix and called it an early night.

Day 3 – Next morning we woke up with our legs feeling like jello. A day of relaxation was needed. It was Tuesday and we were looking forward to visiting some markets but by the time we woke up and got out of home, the markets had wound ...