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

La Campagne Provençale

A travel blog entry by on Nov 07, 2015

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After exploring places outside France for break, this weekend was a good time to spend with my French mom exploring the French countryside. We went to Ansouis, Cucuron, Lourmarin, and Lauris, which are all in the region of Lubéron, and are all very old and tiny villages that have been inspiration for many provençal authors. All of these villages have very old churches and castles as well as some of the most beautiful countrysides I have ever seen. They ...

Lać de Croix

A travel blog entry by driftdestitutes on Sep 21, 2015

1 comment, 14 photos

... 15:00 Bought beer Found a campsite Set up camp Relaxed Krista made dinner Kory ate the dinner We both agreed it was the worst meal ever. Please note: chickpeas, potato, onion, tomatoes and tomato paste in a pot is not recommended. Crawled into the tent Sleep The ...

Is that the sun?

A travel blog entry by budjuggler on Sep 06, 2015

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... some 30km later we ascended the other side of the gorge via an amazing road of VERY tight hairpin bends - first gear for most of them!! Then, after the plateau, we descended into a village and, while drinking coffee realised that we had only covered 40 miles in an hour and a half. We needed to press on and duly did so. The roads got quicker and we stopped for a lateish lunch in Orange. Having sorted out some satnav issues, we headed for Mont ...

A family life in the mountains of Provence

A travel blog entry by carloswysling on Apr 12, 2014

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... on their slow stroll "Bon jour Messieurs" to town... delightful.

Unlike Italy, the French are more subdued in their choice of colors. Buildings are earth tones and in Forcalquier so many edifices are in their natural stone wall construction - brighter colors are used to accentuate doors and windows. The smell of history is in the air all over these small towns of Provence. The cobble stone streets tell of centuries of traffic even though ...

Hot Air Ballooning and the Bastide St. Georges

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

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... another couple we talked to later. In Provence, they only go hot air ballooning in the morning since the afternoons there is often too much wind, or storms. We had called the night before to confirm that we were flying as sometimes they have to cancel due to inclement weather. When we arrived, there were a few others already there and the lady said she would take our tickets later as they were still deciding if we could take off. The pilots were all on ...