La Bonne Etape

Address: Chemin du Lac, Chateau-Arnoux, French Riviera - Cote d'Azur, Provence, 04160, France | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel is located on Chemin du Lac, Chateau-Arnoux.
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    Travel Blogs from Chateau-Arnoux

    A dream.

    A travel blog entry by tweezaat on Jul 10, 2015

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    ... us off at a tollbooth. It took us an hour to get a lift but, cecile, the woman who finally picked us up, brought us about 300 km further south. After this lift it was almost to easy. Car after car was willing to help us. At this moment we are enjoying the sun, my fathers company and my little brothers in Curnier. Thank you France, for the amazing expirience so far.
    love Enea and ...

    Wonderful France!

    A travel blog entry by jackee on Jun 15, 2015

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    ... via 4 gorges. The boys took a dip, thereafter we decided to hire a boat and cruised through the one of the Gorges, wonderful caves and little coves surrounded us. All the boats on the lake have electric motors, its big in France, although I am not sure how the electricity is generated...nuclear or coal, but the French are extremely environment conscience. At the lake we hired a boat and went cruising down the ...

    L'Occitane en Provence and L'Escale

    A travel blog entry by possnmark on Jun 28, 2014

    Visit to the old soap factory where L'Occitane en Provence all started. The town of Manosque was on our way so we decided to look in on L'Occitane en Provence which was started by a 23year old guy who bought a still from an old farmer. The farmer rattled off how to use it expecting the guy to just go away and get it right but he realised the farmer had been distilling oils for decades so enlisted his help to learn. He started off with sage and then ...

    A family life in the mountains of Provence

    A travel blog entry by carloswysling on Apr 12, 2014

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    ... ladle that we couldn't pass up. We would return with the family and found a hundred year old paella pan that we would somehow manage to squeeze into our suitcase.

    Sunday, like at home, is a time to rest and prepare for the week ahead. The family tended to their chores and we helped where we could. Our chores entailed packing our clean cloths among our new kitchen utensils and some carefully wrapped olives from the Chawilibog's harvest.


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    Lavender fields around Sault

    A travel blog entry by megs-anoop on Jul 21, 2013

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    ... our short tour, we wandered around their boutique and sampled a number of plant syrups such as a lavender, thyme, sage and sariette. We didn’t really like any of them to buy some so we continued on our way and drove on to our next campsite in Vaison-la-Romaine. We had originally been planning on staying in Malaucène, but it was full. So we drove out to Vaison and found a campsite a few kms out of town with a tiny bit of shade and more importantly, a ...