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Joucas, Luberon, Vaucluse, Provence, 84220, France | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Joucas

Iceland and round 2 of the UK

A travel blog entry by jd.6392


... drive around and see the country would have been amazing. - Don't buy cheese in Iceland. A regular block goes for somewhere between $10-20 UK round 2 So I got back to London from Iceland without major incident. Had a last dinner with the person I'd been traveling with then said goodbye to her. The. I woke up the next morning all by myself on the other side of the world... Oh ****. It will probably surprise approximately none of you that I was ...

It's So Close I Could Touch It

A travel blog entry by christinec2013


... few excursions with my friend Gliece. We have visited the Musée de Beaux Arts and the Zoo at Parc de la Tete D'or. I like them both very much. And we've discovered a few nice places to eat and have coffee in Lyon too. So it's good. Life isn't too bad. I don't know if it's normal in France for someone to take this long to fall in love with a city, but it seems to be the case. I think for the first three months I hated this place. Then for the last three months I ...

An Introduction to the Social Housing Movement

A travel blog entry by hksanner

... metro and no step from the train to the platform. I even saw an automated ramp extend to cover the gap between the train and the platform. The city had less cobbled-stone paths but many of the shops and restaurants had steps to enter. The older part of town clearly had more issues in terms of the accessibility, as noted by the OPAC man. One of the main reasons I had decided to come to Lyon was to see a free exhibit at the CAUE called "To ...

Transition Day (or Sleep? Who Needs Sleep?) 21km

A travel blog entry by thebaz


... you deserve to get hit. Also the parking lot had some asphalt and some grass - no need to pave everything when your lot is full only occsionally.

Now after an evening of rain I am looking forward to getting out of the suburbs and out into the countryside. Today's lessons were:

  • GPS can get you where you are going, but means you likely won't be interacting with the locals.
  • Google Maps bicycle beta is great


Lyon from above and below

A travel blog entry by michele_6169

... which is 30kms up the mountains from Grenoble to Monestier da Clermont and the home of our hosts. It is small village with a population of about 1200 people although now the motorway is close by the population is growing,

After settling in we enjoyed a Creme (kind of like champagne) and wonderful homemade hummus followed by a leisurely dinner, starting with soup, a homemade Quiche,ice cream and Orange Salad and of course many laughs before heading to bed for a well needed ...


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