Auberge Provencale

73 Impasse des Sangliers, St-Raphaël, French Riviera - Cote d'Azur, Provence, 83700, France | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 73 Impasse des Sangliers, St-RaphaŽl, is near Lion of the Sea (Lion de Mer) and Grotte de Miro.
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    Travel Blogs from St-RaphaŽl

    Day in Eze

    A travel blog entry by barb3389 on Apr 18, 2014

    1 comment, 20 photos

    Today we went to Eze Village which is another medieval perched Village two train stops away from Villefranche. We decided to take the bus, for the experience, and was it ever! When the 100 Bus arrived (which goes from Nice to Menton on the Italian border), it was packed with people so we thought we wouldn't be able to board. But the driver opened the back door and we squeezed on....Paul with his back to the door and he had to be careful not to fall out each time ...

    Bonjour

    A travel blog entry by amyrayleen on Oct 03, 2013

    4 photos

    ... half a day and the next morning were flying home. Nice is cool. We are close to food and shopping. The part of nice I'm looking forward to seeing is the old town. Which is about a 20-15 minute walk away from where we are. That's our plan for tomorrow. Walk to the beach and explore old town Nice. Today we just settled in Ann's wandered around our area to see what's close and went out for dinner. I don't think we're quite ready to ...

    Bonjour?

    A travel blog entry by laurenandgrant on Sep 03, 2013

    1 comment

    ... police officers flood onto the bus. They approach everyone onboard, take their tickets, and validate them electronically. Wonderful. Transportation police. And we have no tickets. An officer approaches us and mutters rapidly in French for our tickets. Literally lost for words. 3 more officers later, we are escorted off the bus, our passports are collected, and are now being barked at for having broken the law. Luckily one knows a ...

    Sur la plaque! Or put it in the big ring!

    A travel blog entry by staciehall on Aug 24, 2013

    10 photos

    ... br>
    They daily highlights video is here: http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=mPsxYPsdr6 E&list=UUq9YlBCKsbfksBNHwT78U8A& ;feature=c4-overview&desktop_uri=%2 Fwatch%3Fv%3DmPsxYPsdr6E%26feature%3Dc4 -overview%26list%3DUUq9YlBCKsbfksBNHwT7 8U8A

    And the satellite broadband wifi here is primitive, which is why it has taken me until now to post last Sunday's entry. Isn't this French bb network supposed to be state of the art?

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    Frenchy Family time

    A travel blog entry by fruitarefriends on Nov 06, 2012

    25 photos

    ... there are a lot of French peeps but Carol is still "The Frenchy"

    With my family I visited some cute old villages like Eze, Mougin and Biot. Hilltop views magnificent. Funky art. Did some ocean rock climbing... Even my auntie came - probably the only pregnant women traversing that kinda terrain... Yea my family is kinda hardcore :-P

    Played maybe a million different board games with the kids... True meaning of exhaustion. Was fun too ...