Le Moulin de Provence

Address: 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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    La Joliette, Marseille, France

    A travel blog entry by libbydove on Jul 11, 2015

    22 photos

    ... its administrative limits. It is the third largest urban area and metropolitan area after Paris and Lyon with a population of around 16 million! It is France's largest city on the Mediterranean coast and largest commercial port. This is not a place we could even try to take in with just a few hours. Shopping was not on our agenda today! This evening we had a special invitation to attend a get-together with the officers, staff and crew ...

    Saturday- market day and a party!

    A travel blog entry by evak on Jul 11, 2015

    14 photos

    ... had enough room to store cold beverages. Jan was in charge of purchasing beverages so she set out for the Monoprix (where they sell everything) and I set out to the farmer's market to see what we could do for hors d'oeuvres. We were figuring on about 6-8 people.

    I bought some veggies for crudite here

    I bought some olives here ...

    Why I wish I was French, by Gail age 54

    A travel blog entry by gaily on May 09, 2014

    9 photos

    ... pools. as with point 3, these too are not just food, once again they are pretty beyond belief. At 10 in the morning, having just gorged on pain au chocolat, pain au raisin and a side of chocolat chaud, I start to salivate for paella. 'Go on' says David 'We can always have an early lunch'. Boy do I love my husband.

    So my inner teenager is alive and well and she says (most humbly)... 'Sorry Mum, you are right again. I do want to be French'.

    Abbaye de Valsaintes & Simiane-la-Rotonde

    A travel blog entry by megs-anoop on Jul 08, 2013

    57 photos

    ... rock it was perched on was called the dragon because of its shape and having its eggs nearby (more small boulders). There was a tall rock which was lined up with the top of the dragon rock which had parts chiseled out of it. This helped line up the yearly events such as the summer solstice, Toussaint and winter equinox. We visited the church which had been renovated inside, but still had the 12th century entrance. It was a very plain church inside with white walls ...

    Cassis and Marseille

    A travel blog entry by bandmeurope2013 on Mar 31, 2013

    2 photos

    ... we headed back into Marseille on the shuttle bus. It was Easter Sunday, and the Harbourfront area was quite active. There was a band playing at one spot that had about 5 members when we first saw it, but when we came back to sit and listen and have a cold drink it seemed to have gone up to about 15 members. They told us on the cruise that Marseille is known for sunny but windy weather, and this day didn't disappoint in that ...