Hotel Restaurant Le Provencal

Cours Aristide Briand, Tarascon, Provence, France | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Cours Aristide Briand, Tarascon, is near Chateau de Tarascon, Chateau de Tarascon, Musee Souleiado, and Parcours de L'Art.
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Travel Blogs from Tarascon

A Secluded fort walk, exploring and swimming

A travel blog entry by katemagnolia on Sep 10, 2014

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... of the river and the blue of the sky framed the sandy yellow city There were two halves of the fortress that could be paid for- the popular half had gardens and a monastery overlooking the river, the other half had artworks in it a buildings, and stood slightly higher. We could have paid for both, but opted for the less popular one. There was literally no one about here, and we walked up a hill and explored theany buildings in this half of the fort any were ...

St Remy-de-Provence

A travel blog entry by david.seldon on Sep 10, 2014

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... as if looking through a water-fall, and it was so powerful, I had to close my eyes because I actually felt that I would spew from motion-sickness.... I would have to say it was one of the best things I have seen, and some people, like b.i.l Kristian, Sine, Mark, and a few others would would just weep from the experience. Pretty powerful stuff! This is all only a few km from Les Baux en Provence, and so we then headed there. Well......what an absolutely charming little ...

Tour de France

A travel blog entry by joannacooper on Sep 09, 2014

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... exploration on foot. Not a lot to see really, but we had some lunch and pressed on to Banon. Again, very scenic. We stopped at Banon and had a wander around - this village is at the highest point of that particular stage of the Tour. It's a small village with a couple of shops and we stopped for a coffee and an explore, but then set off back to base. Our GPS took us on ...

Back to France we go!

A travel blog entry by bels_adventure on Sep 08, 2014

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... the little shop fronts and cafés. I much preferred it to Paris, much more relaxed and felt more at home and safe. We are sharing a room with our Korean friends, who we went out for dinner with tonight - it was a good outting. When we got back they have even given us gifts of postcards and bookmarks from their home town. They are so sweet. It will be sad that tomorrow is their last day with ...

Pétanque

A travel blog entry by sarah314 on Jul 29, 2013

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... closest to the target. Bocce is played on grass and pétanque is played on sand so the ball doesn't really roll that well. It is more a thud. Scoring - team that got their balls closest to the target will get points. They can get 1 point or up to 4 points depending on how many of their balls were closer than the other teams. Lots of ...