Chateau La Roque

Address: 263 Chemin du Chateau, La Roque sur Pernes, Provence, 84210, France | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 263 Chemin du Chateau, La Roque sur Pernes, is near Village des Bories.
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    Travel Blogs from La Roque sur Pernes

    June 11, 2015

    A travel blog entry by stuartandsue on Jun 11, 2015

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... As usual we had a 20 minute tour of the commercial sector before we turned round and came across a nice place overlooking the water. Sue had gambas while I ordered a bien cuit burger, imagining that it would arrive a little pink in the centre. On arrival it was obvious that the chef had just waved it at the flames. I'm not one to complain so I ate it and jolly good it was too. It is 31C. Back ...

    From Hell to Heaven. Welcome to Provence!

    A travel blog entry by shepdim on Jun 11, 2015

    4 photos

    Up early and with all limbs still attached (meaning my dreams about the Somalian pirate from Tom Hanks' 'Captain Phillips' movie attacking me were unjustified), we packed double quick, got the car and with as much speed at the poor mini engine could muster, ventured out of Marseilles. Never to return. However, both our faces were beaming as we knew we were heading to a better place. In this case, one of the most beautiful towns in all of France, Gordes in wonderful Provence. With ...

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

    A travel blog entry by jccharbonneau on Sep 22, 2014

    49 photos

    ... be signs that we had the stuff to make it together through the good times and the bad. Note: (Fun?) Educational Fact The hill towns of The Luberon have a sinister past. In the medieval times there was a member of the Catholic Church who had been excommunicated. He had thousands of supporters though and they fled with him to these hills. However that was apparently a problem for the Catholics in the region: they sought out these supporters (some 3000 of them), locked them up in barns, and burned them ...

    Last day in France

    A travel blog entry by bjf347 on May 21, 2014

    4 comments, 32 photos

    ... he remembered why he hated French class and didn't do well in it. I thought that was a bad sign, but it turns out he did pretty well with the other two tasks. There were a few times, however, that he got turned around and I knew where we had to go and he didn't. Most notably was the time he was insisting the bus station was in one direction when I knew that it was in the other. Sometimes I just surprise him (and myself). One added benefit was that ...

    Middle Ages Popery - Oh Boy!

    A travel blog entry by cadkinsca on Aug 05, 2013

    20 photos

    ... Tripadvisor, and some of the worst moules frites ever. I finally broke down and had sushi (two weeks without!) because the restaurant was well reviewed and had a Japanese owner and sushi chef.

    I also tried a lot of different wines, including going to a tasting room, because I am not that familiar with the Rhone wines. Sure, I've had Côtes du Rhône, but I couldn't have named any of the local crus except for Châteauneuf-du-Pape. Now I know ...