Chateau de Mazan

Place Napoleon, Mazan, Provence, 84380, France | 4 star hotel
Prices starting from $204.00
 

Travel Blogs from Mazan

Festival time in Avignon

A travel blog entry by linarogers

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... wifi – good idea but it didn’t work. By now Avignon was SOO busy – full of tourists, artistes and particularly people advertising their acts with post cards, singing and so on. Eventually we heard from the boys and drove round for ages looking for a park. Eventually Terry managed a car park and we walked up to the Palais des Papes square for a great look, drink, boys ate and soaking in the atmosphere was ...

2 weeks in Provence

A travel blog entry by saralederer

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Friends and Fam, Well it's hard to sum up an amazing 2 weeks in Provence, but here are a few pictures to help. I am on my way to Paris right now and then Belgium on Friday. Am thinking of staying in Belgium and Amsterdam for a few weeks, but of course you never know which way the wind blows. Who knows where I'll end up! Provence is great and I highly ...

Lourmarin-our Village

A travel blog entry by nairnboy

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... Angela even made chicken soup from the bones of a rotisserie chicken we had. We have bought quite a bit from the various markets which has all been fresh and reasonably priced. Live style here is ideal, hot weather, 24 to 30, plentiful supply of fresh food and wine, friendly people. Most speak English and we are picking up some French. Bob knowing French is an ...

Nice drive in the French countryside

A travel blog entry by kochwebb

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Today we got up a bit later than usual as we only had a 3 1/2 hour drive ahead of us south to the region of Provence. We packed everything up and decided to skip breakfast, instead picking up some food stuffs at the bakery and deli down the road from the hotel so we could picnic along the way. One of the stores we stopped into had cured ham legs hanging from the ceiling along the walls...so many I decided to count them...there were 153. ...

Avignon

A travel blog entry by chezann

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... 17–18 feet thick. It was built between 1335–1364 on a natural spur of rock, rendering it all but impregnable to attack. After its capture following the French Revolution, it was used as a barracks and prison for many years but it is now a museum. The palace is an austere-looking fortress which dominates the city, and beneath this is the smaller palace, and the Romanesque Cathedral of Notre-Dame-des-Doms.
We wandered through the alley ways and ...

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This 4 star hotel, located on Place Napoleon, Mazan, is near La Synagogue and Domaine de Durban.
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