Hotel F1 Salon de Provence

Address: 728 avenue du 18 juin 1940, Salon-de-Provence, Provence, 13300, France | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 728 avenue du 18 juin 1940, 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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      Artists and Afternoon in Provence

      A travel blog entry by danielriegel on Nov 18, 2014

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