L'Hotel Le Col de l'Ange

Address: 1308 Avenue de Tuttlingen, Les Arcs sur Argens, Provence, 83300, France | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 1308 Avenue de Tuttlingen, Les Arcs sur Argens, is near Chateau de Berne and Domaine Rabiega.
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          Travel Blogs from Les Arcs sur Argens

          A shriveled saint

          A travel blog entry by primaryendpoint on Oct 04, 2012

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          The somewhat gruesome highlight of our day was viewing the desiccated body of a 600 year-old woman. Sainte Roseline, who died in 1329, was on display in a glass case in a small chapel in Les Arcs. Her eyeballs sat nearby, in their own reliquary.

          The day began with an idyllic leisurely breakfast. In fact, it was so leisurely that the picnic we'd packed for consumption in the countryside had to be eaten right on the terrasse--no way would we ...


          A travel blog entry by tpelaia on Apr 06, 2012

          2 comments, 6 photos

          ... in shorts and a t-shirt.  It was beautiful out earlier so don't be lecturing me about the weather!  I hope this isn't the beginning of another flood!!!!  :O   I can see the headlines now <>.  I'm just trying to make light of the situation.  I can't imagine what people think here when it rains like this after what they have experienced.   I'm sure there are some people with phobias because of it. Q11 Exactly when did the flood occur in Les Arcs, ...

          Sharing Stories

          A travel blog entry by tpelaia on Apr 05, 2012

          1 comment

          ... too! One thing I've realized so far, is that the world we live in is not as big as we like to think it is and how we are all so much alike.   I walk around the streets and I swear it's like walking around any other place I've been.  The people here are no different.    They smile, laugh, cry, hurt and see the same things we do.  They just speak a different language.  That's all.  My eyes have been opened and I am realizing it's because ...

          A Rainy Day

          A travel blog entry by tpelaia on Apr 04, 2012

          I arrive at Les Arcs and walked to my aunts house. I made a slight error in direction but I quickly figured out what I did wrong and found her house.   My cousin who was in grade 4 last time I came is now in grade 6.  He looks like a full grown man and he is only 12!!!   My other cousin is pregnant.  I don't think my aunt is very happy with it because she is only 18 going on 19.  She seems to be really excited about it.   ...

          Ahhhhhh, the South of France.

          A travel blog entry by ginnyb0507 on Jun 09, 2010

          32 photos

          ... one to be seen. When I asked our slightly overly French tour guide, she informed me that it was off season. June? Really? I later learned that they import the flowers. The Perfume factory was a tourist trap. It wasn't even a working factory,a complete bust. A must miss.

          From there we headed on to St. Paul De Vence. A picturesque midevil village perced on a hilltop about an hour from ...