Campanile Salon de Provence

Address: 994 Chemin De La Croix Blanche, Salon-de-Provence, Provence, 13300, France | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 994 Chemin De La Croix Blanche, Salon-de-Provence, is near Chateau de l'Emperi, Musee Nostradamus, Musee Grevin de la Provence, and Musee de Salon et de la Crau.
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    Travel Blogs from Salon-de-Provence

    June 11, 2015

    A travel blog entry by stuartandsue on Jun 11, 2015

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... and Lois, Bob and Mary, - this is not an endearing term for Richie McCaw). We tried to take photo but it kept moving. It's apparently a Carpenter bee! It is clumsy- keeps bumping into things like people, but it has no sting. (No! Still not talking about Richie!) Writing this at 4am in the morning while the rain is hammering down and the wind is rattling the tent. But we feel secure!! N'est-ce ...

    From Hell to Heaven. Welcome to Provence!

    A travel blog entry by shepdim on Jun 11, 2015

    4 photos

    ... we zoned in on a suitable establishment, hurried up to the unsuspecting waitress and mumbled something about "je voudrais un tableau pour deux". Much to our surprise, her response of "sure, which one would you like" pointing to a myriad of seating variations and proceeded to converse in eeengleeesh like a native. Despite the setback, we persevered with our one sided French conversation, and with an even feinter mumbled "un pression du beer, et un 7UP, et un carafe d'leau ...

    Day 8 & 9 - Le Luberon & Driving to Germany!

    A travel blog entry by jccharbonneau on Sep 22, 2014

    49 photos

    ... to Saignon, a town of cobblestone, ivy-covered stone buildings--and apparently no driving. We found that out when we tried to squeak between two of the buildings (no damage done). We parked and then hiked up the town and through the medieval ruins to the highest peak in the entire region, where we enjoyed our late picnic lunch in peace. There was no one else around. Just us and a complete 360 view of the entire Luberon--of every one of the dozens of hill top villages nestled atop ...

    Last day in France

    A travel blog entry by bjf347 on May 21, 2014

    4 comments, 32 photos

    ... times. Just as with other Roman architecture, it would have been covered with colorful marble and would have had lots of columns and statues. Whenever there was a new Caesar, the body of the statue would stay and a new head would replace the old one. Other than for a couple of hundred years, this theater has been used continuously. For a time, houses were built inside and along the walls. Now it is used for performances, and the acoustics are ...


    A travel blog entry by rumbelow-europe on Aug 06, 2013

    1 comment, 26 photos

    ... parts of the city.;
    It is in fact a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
    The PONT D' AVIGNON bridge was built in the 12th century,but time again it was damaged by floods and wars,throughout is history.
    Today flood control methods protect it. The current bridge goes half way across the Rhone, where it once joined with the city of Villeneuve.
    Hang out for tomorrows story.

    FRIDAY Our hosts drove us across the "new" bridge to a Car park ...