Hotel Mas dou Pastre

Address: Quartier St-Sixte, Eygalieres, Provence, 13810, France | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Quartier St-Sixte, Eygalieres.
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      This morning, Heidi, one of the owners of the villa we are staying in, and a registered tour guide, took us on a tour around St. Remy de Provence. First stop? Why, Roman ruins of course. I mean, I knew from reading such timeless classics as 'Asterix the Gaul' and 'Asterix and Ceasar', that the Romans had a presence in France/Gaul, but I hadn't realised quite ...