La Petite Auberge du Roussillon

Address: Le Bois de la Cour , Roussillon, Provence, 84220, France | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Le Bois de la Cour , Roussillon, is near Little Venice, Bartholdi Museum (Musee Bartholdi), Koifhus (Old Custom House), and Château du Hohlandsbourg.
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    Travel Blogs from Roussillon

    Day 12 Gambshime to Neuf-Brisach

    A travel blog entry by tandemtales on Jul 08, 2015

    ... as the campsite owner spoke no English! Simon has been for a quick jog as the weather is now bearable at night and we are currently sat on our pitch with 5 other groups of cyclists. We have just had our last meal on the Rhine route of tortellini (standard!). Tomorrow a mad dash of 47 miles to Basel to get the train at 3pm and onwards to Geneva to watch the triathlon ( Graham and the elites over the weekend ) Miles: 62 campsite:11 ...

    Louis' day

    A travel blog entry by oscarandlouis on Jul 08, 2015

    3 photos

    My haircut is finished and I look good. Tommorow we are driving to Paris (the capital city of France) for the wedding. Oscar went on a wave board and he can go 6 metres without touching the walls or anybody helping him. We also had two chances of winning a bike but we ...

    Cinque Terre to Como

    A travel blog entry by ba2015 on Jul 08, 2015

    17 photos

    ... fridge of local meats, cheeses and home-made juice. Little handfuls of fresh basil, lettuce, tomatoes and peaches were also handed to us each day. She even took our dirty washing for us and delivered it back, clean and ironed. An amazing luxury after our camping trip. The next couple of days were spent exploring the various towns in the region, firstly around Alba, famed for its Nebbiolo and Dolcetto wine, hazlenuts and truffles. We decided that Barolo and Barbaresco needed ...

    Freiburg

    A travel blog entry by jenelleandchris on Jul 08, 2015

    9 photos

    ... markets in the mornings, but all this is swept aside in the evenings for the white marquees of wine companies, and the square is packed with people wandering around, glass in hand, sampling all the products and getting into the swing of the various bands, or just sitting at one of the outdoor tables and enjoying good German food. Chris has brought with him photos of some of the outstanding landmarks of the town, taken by his father in the ...

    Heading to Strasbourg

    A travel blog entry by peteandbevtour on Jun 08, 2015

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... kept and laid out like Bob's allotments. Garden gnomes, windmills, flowers. or perhaps it more resembled a cemetery...

    Basel was only about 2 hours away so we had a leisurely breakfast and morning and set off around 1pm planning to get to Basel around 3pm. We could probably have made it straight to Basel the night before but we know from experience the last few KM can take forever - which indeed they did again..... cue next blog page








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