Hotel Martinengo

Address: 34, Bd Jean Moulin La Croisette, Ste-Maxime, French Riviera - Cote d'Azur, Provence, 83120, France | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 34, Bd Jean Moulin La Croisette, Ste-Maxime, is near Port Grimaud and Pampelonne Beach.
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      Travel Blogs from Ste-Maxime

      Take a French Language Course While On Holiday in

      A travel blog entry by frenchlanguageh on Dec 11, 2014

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      ... which he evoked the fates and uncovered occupation years life-world"

      2014 Jean Tirole, France The Nobel Prize in Economics. A French economist. Professor at the University of Toulouse.

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      The Nobel Prize Award Ceremony 2014 in Stockholm, Sweden

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      Relaxing on the French Riviera

      A travel blog entry by 76onabike on Jul 13, 2013

      5 comments, 29 photos

      ... and extravagantly expensive pleasure craft, that one can only wonder at the cost of keeping them afloat, never mind the purchase price... We were told that one such monster, currently resident in port, cost a mere 280,000,000 euros.... St. Tropez is, however, more than a port, and we spent many hours on that hot afternoon, meandering through the narrow, bustling streets and along the rocky foreshore up to the ...

      Something about the Passes

      A travel blog entry by team-elephant on Sep 23, 2012

      1 comment, 21 photos

      ... front in the Alps. These roads had all the expediency of quick construction with the more limited engineering of the day. Newer roads like Nufenen Pass have modern survey. It was built with heavy plant that has created a wide sweeping and fast road into the mountains. The city of Lucerne controlled the approaches to the St Gottard Pass, grew rich in the process and became the first “Swiss” town. The Gottard was opened in 1220 when clever engineers bridged ...

      Bastille Day pyrotechnics

      A travel blog entry by tom.a.marshall on Jul 14, 2011

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      I awoke this morning to a stunning view from my bedroom window.
      After yesterday's rain, the atmosphere was clearer than I'd seen it and the view down to the Med was magnificent, with all the buildings and the features standing out with superb clarity.
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      Cannes, Jour 2

      A travel blog entry by annastolz on Aug 19, 2010

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      ... there we went to Galimard where they make perfume from the essences. The next hour was a sensory overdrive. Perfume is made up of three notes, one that is smelled immediately and is fresh and fun, but runs out after about 15 minutes of wear. The second stays on for about an hour and the base note is the one that smells the longest. There were probably 200 bottles of essence to chose from, and the ladies that worked there helped us ...