Hostellerie Berard

Address: Rue Gabriel Peri, La Cadiere d'Azur, Provence, 83740, France | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Rue Gabriel Peri, La Cadiere d'Azur, is near Golf Dolce Fregate.
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    Travel Blogs from La Cadiere d'Azur

    La Joliette, Marseille, France

    A travel blog entry by libbydove on Jul 11, 2015

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    ... our first sailing with Seaborn. This we did and it was a happy occasion for all. Special hor doevres, pink champagne and a time to meet other passengers. Of course we chatted to quite a number. It was fun :) Dinner again and then up on the top deck to watch the ship leaving port in the glow of evening! Next on to a 'show' in the 'Grand Salon' with a great vocalist - Toni Warne- a finalist on BBC's The Voice UK. Another most memorable day- ...

    Saturday- market day and a party!

    A travel blog entry by evak on Jul 11, 2015

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    Jan was meeting everyone at an art lecture in one of Cezanne's homes but I opted out so I could prepare for the big event. The party ...

    Day 9, Marseille

    A travel blog entry by leemallender on Jun 07, 2015

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    ... had a light refreshment. A little bit more of a look around and we decided to go back to the ship. Poor old coach driver had a nightmare journey. The main roads to the port had been closed due to some accident and there were so many closed roads he was struggling to get us back. We got stuck on a fairly narrow road as some bloody frog had parked in such a way we couldn't pass. People were starting to feel really very sorry ...

    Arles to Camargue

    A travel blog entry by nancya on Sep 26, 2014

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    Arles is a very pleasant city with many Roman ruins. Toured the amphitheater built 1st century damaged through the ages and rebuilt as most ancient ruins. There was once a a small village within the safety of the amphitheatres walls. Today not gladiators but matadors- it is where bull fights happens. In the Camargue wild bulls roam and if fortune shines they may be super stars in the ring. The matador removes a tassel from the horns ...

    Goodbye for now, France <3

    A travel blog entry by rschauger on May 16, 2014

    ... s tomb, had fresh Nutella crepes on the streets of French towns and walked through the remains of Pompeii. I have visited world-famous museums and monuments, traveled Paris with my parents by my side, and have experienced things that most people don’t get to experience in a lifetime. I was able to make some incredible memories, eat tons of delicious food and take pictures to capture the moments that I knew I ...