Hostellerie des Commandeurs

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

    Last Stop, better make it a good one

    A travel blog entry by slonge on Nov 16, 2014

    17 photos

    ... I could tell she totally loved this
    city and it was great being influenced by the perspective of somebody who had
    lived there for about 10 years already.

    The restaurant we ate at was great. Crowded, but great…and
    that’s why it was crowded. There was a wonderful “formula” we could get for 17
    euros and it included an entrée, the meal and a dessert. I had sausages on
    lentils in a red wine sauce for my entrée, YUM. Next was fish ...

    What a special city!

    A travel blog entry by divansanten on Nov 13, 2014

    11 photos

    ... resistance people and Jews in Lyons, the French Resistance Centre, that were tortured and killed. Returned to the Place du Terreaux and made our way over the river back to the Lyon Vieu old town where we had a couple of beers at a pub and then a really delicious Lyons local fare at a delightful restaurant. This is an amazing city.



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    Saone/Rhone cruise, Part 2, 27 Sep – 4 Oct 2

    A travel blog entry by mcloughlin on Sep 30, 2014

    51 photos

    ... Its third storey no longer exists but it is still used for various events – including bull fights! We were told, proudly, that unlike Spanish bull fights, the bulls are not harmed and it’s all good fun – that’s the opinion of the humans anyway!! Arles also has the remains of a Roman Theatre, which could seat 12,000, and much of its original city wall still exists. Like many of the towns we visited, it had ...

    Innocents Abroad

    A travel blog entry by kdidricksen on Sep 30, 2013

    1 comment

    ... had it any other way, good sport that she is. After the pizza joint filled to capacity with onlookers (7, including us), one lady and her son apparently offered to take us, in her car, to a hotel. We thanked her profusely, and she proceeded to take us to the next town, ten miles away, the very same one that we considered before the conductor told us "no problem!" She dropped us off at a reasonable looking establishment, and refused ...

    Speeding to Lyon

    A travel blog entry by awgc on Jul 26, 2013

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... was now fully functional to work, even when we were not in wifi range. The plaza we were on also featured a Starbucks, which we logged in our memory banks for later. We wandered through a very large plaza (Place Bellecour) and saw other aspects of central Lyon. The city is built around the Rhone River, which is still an important waterway in Europe. Lyon was originally a hub for textile manufacturing, especially silk, but has diversified into other industries such as ...