La Bastide d'Antoine

Address: Domaine du Treizain, Gassin, Provence, 83580, France | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Domaine du Treizain, Gassin, is near Port Grimaud, Pampelonne Beach, and Maison Ocoa.
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      Travel Blogs from Gassin

      Take a French Language Course While On Holiday in

      A travel blog entry by frenchlanguageh on Dec 11, 2014

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      What better way is there to learn the French language than by being in France?

      With teachers who are native French speakers…

      In north America and in many European countries, members of the European Union (U.E.) has become more popular than ever to learn French as second language other than your own native language.

      As the French language appears ...

      Rain, rain go away in Saint Tropez.

      A travel blog entry by mckenna.simone on Sep 30, 2014

      24 photos

      ... to Ramatuelle. This town was about 20 minutes out of St Tropez and well worth the trip. Although many restaurants and stores were closed due to the weather, the buildings were absolutely gorgeous and the view over the vineyards was spectacular. We stopped for some lunch and wine in a small wine bar where we could hardly make out the menu. Little did we know, we had just ordered the best meal of our entire trip to date! ...

      Saying goodbye

      A travel blog entry by centraltimer on Jun 26, 2014

      6 photos

      ... herbs or lavender. There were many thank-you's all around, with speeches and acknowledgment of a successful trip. We took a final group photo on the steps leading down to the sea, a bit pressed to get in place and snap the shot before the sun went down. I don't have that photo since, in this case, we let two cameras ...

      Something about the Passes

      A travel blog entry by team-elephant on Sep 23, 2012

      1 comment, 21 photos

      ... from the holy city of Canterbury in England. There was a range of services available in addition to food and shelter and the monastery even ran to its own morgue so that those searching for missing relatives might have a place to start. Two of the monastery buildings are still in the pass, although both date from the Middle Ages, and there are some dogs kept there in the summer for the tourists.

      These days the important work of the monastery, and the dogs, ...

      Bastille Day pyrotechnics

      A travel blog entry by tom.a.marshall on Jul 14, 2011

      8 photos

      ... to go and watch the fireworks. Juliet had pointed out that it wasn't getting dark until around 10pm so there wasn't much point going too early.
      We wandered around the streets for a while.
      We went into what must be the busiest McDonald's in the world for a drink and a snack as Juliet was needing to use the toilet and we figured this might be a good place to find one. She had to wait until we ordered as you needed your receipt from the counter to get ...