Hotel l'Estirado des Adrets

Address: Le Logis de Paris, Les Adrets-de-l'Esterel, Provence, 83600, France | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Le Logis de Paris, Les Adrets-de-l'Esterel, is near Luna Park Frejus and Cite Episcopale.
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      Travel Blogs from Les Adrets-de-l'Esterel

      The Griswold's European Vacation

      A travel blog entry by caylameinert on Jun 06, 2014

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      ... towards our hotel, and maybe stop for some drinks or appetizers before finding a place to eat for dinner... Well drinks/appetizers turned into a full out "bar crawl in Paris.. Before we knew it we were approaching our 4th stop and it was nearing 11 o'clock.. and we still had not eaten dinner.. After the 5th/6th stop (the pictures seem to skip from 5-6), we finally decided to call it a night and find dinner (past Midnight). To say the least, we definitely brought "obnoxious, ...

      Day 24 - Cinque Terre, Italy to Nice, Paris

      A travel blog entry by byrneymack on Nov 14, 2013

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      Woke up after another delightful sleep. Feeling a lot better now we are off the Contiki tour. Lol. There's a spot where most of the postcards of vernazza are taken from on the side of the cliff, so we wandered up before we left. First things first coffee, I'm loving Italian coffee. We shared a Calzone, and then ventured up the hill. Not as far as I thought it was going to be, which I was happy about. Got the photos, and headed back to town to get ready for today's big day of ...


      A travel blog entry by pyoung on Sep 05, 2013


      ... in the harbor.Complexes of hotels, apartments, and private villas scramble along sandstone cliffs, jockeying for position among cacti, cedar columns, and bougainvillea.

      We climb up, up, still up on hairpin turned, paved goat tracks, until we see a discreet bronze address plaque on a stone wall, 171 Cactus Roc. We edge off the road and five minutes later, Virginie, our apartment's property manager, zooms up in her Citroen.

      "You have not been ...

      The first ride

      A travel blog entry by tnoonan134 on Jun 29, 2013

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      ... towns. I then saw a sign to the col angel, I had read about this climb.  I was feeling pretty good so I decided to climb the 12kms to the top. It was a beautiful ride and was just the way I pictured it when I was reading about it.  There were a number of switch backs, rik tunnels, narrow roads and beautiful scenery. I was 'living the dream', the only thing missing was the other four members of Team Half ...

      I Could Call You Home

      A travel blog entry by vanny.d on Aug 18, 2012

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      I love the South of France. It is beautiful. The French population may not be the most forth coming and friendly bunch but the high tourist count made for a nice relaxing holiday with beautiful coastline, sun and sand.

      We caught a bus around to Monaco at one point too but for the most part we spent strolling along the shorelines, visiting vegetable markets, admiring the French cuisine and I even got told off for touching a shoe.

      I was looking ...