No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Photos of Hotel BelAlp
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel BelAlp Manosque
Travel Blogs from Manosque
... part of Aix. During this time we found 2 museums and enjoyed wonderful display of sculptures and painting. Caumont Centre D'Art was originally one of the most beautiful private mansions in Aix-en-Provence and dates back to 1715. In 2010 it was acquired by Culturespaces and underwent complete restoration to become the home of the new art centre. The Hotel de Caumont plays host to major temporary exhibitions dedicated to the greatest names in the history of art, ...
... s high . Set to dramatic music It was remarkable! We have posted some pictures trying to capture the event not sure they do it justice . After a coffee ,( yet another bad one )we walked to the to top of the hill to the chateau . It held my attention for a short while but I lost interest ,meanwhile Garry enjoyed the audio commentary and did a thorough tour ...
... that Aix is a university town. Of it's 150,000 residents, 50,000 are students. No wonder there are so many young people out at night. Rick and Alice, I know you like university towns and that you are interested in maybe living in France for a while. Aix might be someplace you might consider. Audry did say it was very expensive, though.
I have literally hundreds of pictures from today, but I'll narrow it down. I'll probably put them all on line when we get home.
... out of the sun as much as we could because it was very very hot out today. I played a car game with Charlie for a bit before lunch and I am realizing that he can be very stubborn and will be the handful.
For lunch we had pizza which was nice because it made me feel like I was back in Canada. They made it in a pizza oven that is situated beside the pool and although the crust was burnt it was still great.
After lunch I took a nap (I know I have such a hard life :P), went for ...
... interesting to see that there were quite a few lavender fields on this plateau that still weren’t in bloom because we were a few hundred meters higher than in Valensole. On the way back to Sault, we zipped up to a viewpoint which we had been to with Sheahan a few weeks back. The lavender hadn’t been in bloom then but now the fields in the valley below were in full bloom, with Mt Ventoux in the background. It was quite hazy off in ...