Hotel Restaurant Les Calanques

Address: 238 rue du Nid au Soleil, Les Issambres, French Riviera - Cote d'Azur, Provence, 83380, France | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 238 rue du Nid au Soleil, Les Issambres, is near Lion of the Sea (Lion de Mer) and Grotte de Miro.
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        Travel Blogs from Les Issambres

        French Riviera - Cote D'Azur (blue coast)

        A travel blog entry by craigang58 on Sep 25, 2014

        37 photos

        ... they made to order. We ate them sitting on the low fence that separates the beach from the footpath. Then we departed driving west along the coast road and found it was totally built up (urban) all the way to Cannes - again akin to driving around Tamaki Drive. At Cannes we chose a car park building for the comfort of knowing that we were legally parked and for as long as we wanted. We arrived there about 3.30pm intending to stroll along the waterfront and go to the train station ...

        Day 3 - Antibes

        A travel blog entry by britt.mark on Apr 24, 2014

        4 comments, 16 photos

        ... to as a "serious Illness" from her husband Maurice whom she divorced. Poor Beatrice spent 18 months in bed because of this illness and when she recovered, she held a huge wedding ceremony, with all her rich friends. There was much merrymaking and champagne drinking...the problem was that the bride and groom were her dogs.

        As the years progressed so did her eccentricities (it's good to be rich). Why wouldn't you own a mongoose, ...

        Avignon to Antibes

        A travel blog entry by glynei on May 20, 2013

        28 photos

        ... there were always gardens here along with the Bishops Palace there we're historically three chapels also contained in this area but these were destroyed during the various wars over the centuries. In the past 100 years various people have worked to restore the gardens to their previous splendour. It was certainly well worth a walk around as both this and the fort provided excellent views over the surrounding area. By all accounts the gardens are listed in ...

        French rivieria - lifestyles of the rich and famos

        A travel blog entry by groversroving on Jun 03, 2012

        36 photos

        ... about today. Shelley attracts all the strays! Having enjoyed one hill top town we decided, mum reluctantly, to visit another. Peillon was the destination and the road up was wide enough for only one car. There is only the one road up the hill to get to the town. We got to the town without meeting a car coming the other way. This town was amazing. Tiny cobbled alleys going everywhere like a labyrinth. It was here we had a magnificent lunch prepared by a Michelin ...

        Villefranche sur Mer

        A travel blog entry by yippee on Nov 13, 2011

        2 comments, 5 photos

        ... in 7th heaven. I think we may have created a carousel monster. I felt bad taking him off when the ride was done because he was still so excited about it! Nicolas might need a frequent rider card (yes, they have those)! We have been taking French lessons from a lovely local woman named Ann Marie (or just Annie). She is a native Antibois and has been great not just for teaching us French but also for helping us navigate local culture. Our question ...