La Ferme Du Bas Chalus

Address: s/n Le Bas Chalus, Forcalquier, Provence, 04300, France | Hotel
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This hotel is located on s/n Le Bas Chalus, Forcalquier.
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Travel Blogs from Forcalquier

From Hell to Heaven. Welcome to Provence!

A travel blog entry by shepdim on Jun 11, 2015

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... Sunday-afternoon-chill-after-the-Sunday -roast Movies, 'A Good Year' starring Russell Crowe. If you haven't seen it, get it. It's great. All set in the area we are staying in, its a perfect antidote to the modern busy lives we all lead (or led in my own case :-). A pic of me and Shep by the fountain in the movie is here. Some organic gin for aperitif, average Rose poorly selected by amateur Sommelier Dimmock and some good food, we drank, ate, chatted and relaxed. How wonderful ...

Marseille, it is what it is....

A travel blog entry by shepdim on Jun 10, 2015

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Up earlyish literally take one step out of our front door and we are on the breakfast terrace where two fat ladies are already eating their way through what i can describe as a carb fest, I mean who eats croissants, fruit cake, biscuits, pain au chocolate and French bread for breakfast and get this...... Smoking a fag between bites, is she multi tasking I wonder? Anyway a quick Bon journay to the staff and we're back in St Tropez for a little wonder ...

Day 41. Les Salles-Sue-Verdon

A travel blog entry by jacksatlast on Jun 09, 2015

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... Verdon Gorge but want to do it at sunrise to avoid any tight hiccups with other vehicles! Frankly we were really disappointed with the D17 southern road route named Corniche Sublime. We could only see the view of the Gorges at set points until almost the end when it opens up. Trees obscured the view for much of the way. Glad we did leave early though. Some of the hair pins would not have managed two large ...

A family life in the mountains of Provence

A travel blog entry by carloswysling on Apr 12, 2014

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... of food shops show the best of what the region has to offer: cheeses of all kinds, exquisite olive oils, breads and the finest pates in the world.

We enjoyed a stop at the "Thursday" market when we arrived from our train travel. First we had to pick up Jan from his after school activities. Out of the speeding car for a stroll on the streets and the square that offered fresh cheeses, bread, fruits and even some lovely wool sweaters. ...

Hot Air Ballooning and the Bastide St. Georges

A travel blog entry by megs-anoop on Jul 18, 2013

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... checking the forecast since there was rain predicted for around 11 am. Once they decided that we were likely ok, they said that we would drive to the take-off site, check the conditions and decide then. We all piled in to two jeeps, like the ones you would expect to see on safari or in the outback somewhere. The balloon basket was on a trailer behind one of the jeeps and we were quite excited. It turns out that we weren't quite as excited (at least outwardly) as ...