Le Moulin de Provence

33 avenue des Maquisards, Vauvenargues, Provence, 13126, France | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 33 avenue des Maquisards, Vauvenargues.
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    Travel Blogs from Vauvenargues

    Day 15 Marseille

    A travel blog entry by leshiecakes on Sep 11, 2014

    80 photos

    Second to last full day in Europe.. sighhh.

    Olivier and I went to an inlet to swim in the afternoon. Another gorgeous day. After coming back and feeding Charlotte some wonderful spinach gunk, we took a trip into Marseille, the second largest city in France next to Paris.

    We first headed to Notre-Dame de le Garde, a catholic bascillia located at the highest point in Marseille. This church, seen from ...

    Day 14 Cassis

    A travel blog entry by leshiecakes on Sep 10, 2014

    1 comment, 53 photos

    ... inlets. I prepared myself for the hike and for a swim, but I didn't realize how close I was to absolute beauty. The cliffs and the blue water were amazing... the boats lining the inlets... everyone swimming. It was surreal. I've been to busy Paris, spent a weekend in the countryside for the wedding, and now had the opportunity to take a dip in the ...


    A travel blog entry by kerryb on Sep 10, 2014

    14 photos

    ... lunch and returned the hotel. We relaxed around the pool until about 5:00 when we walked back downtown for a last bit of sight seeing and shopping. We had a wonderful dinner of Mussels and French Fries followed by specialty coffee and dessert. We returned to the hotel where the group met to cleanup any left over wine, etc. That is all for now, Cheeers ...

    Not "Journey" but "Journies...ssssssssss."

    A travel blog entry by iamnotkate on Jan 01, 2013

    7 photos

    ... a 2 hour train ride (screaming children presumably mandatory)
    -summoning my last shreds of hope and optimism to get the energy to find a woman whose appearance I had never seen, whose voice I had never heard, and whose phone number, lovingly packed in my wallet, I could not call because VERIZON!!! *shakes fist*

    -Surprisingly, the small baby, overly fat mother, and small child clinically diagnosed with ADD that sat next to ...

    A Day of Climbing

    A travel blog entry by ostrowski on Jun 10, 2012

    1 comment, 21 photos

    ... Charite. This was a public hospital intended to accomodate beggars and poor and was designed between 1671 and 1749.
    This neighborhood has a lot of character. It's rich in mysterious staircases and provides the sightseer with a feeling of the past. It has very narrow streets, apartments with laundry hanging out the windows and flowers on some in windowboxes.

    Stay tuned for tomorrow's day of adventure.