Hotel Lac et Foret
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... lil and forgets lil is 3 years older. To say I was a little annoyed with Paul for giving up so easily and not doing his share of parenting during this time was an understatement. Paul did however make lunch for everyone and do the washing up. After lunch as it was all getting a bit crazy in the van (our neighbours must get some real entertainment), we all went for a walk to the local village which was a mix of being quite run down but peppered with very ...
7.30am swim.....a really good way to start the day Then the six of us biked 20 Kms to the beautiful hilltop town of Aups. A few hills to grunt up and some great downhills!!! In Aups we enjoyed the coffee, the ice cream and the cool sights. We didn't get home til 2 o'clock and then straight in the pool. Thunderstorms seem happen later in the afternoon. We watched it from the pool. We have been eating lots of great food...I love the cheese and ...
... for touring. But not today. We decided to take the Valfrejus tunnel that connects France and Italy on the road to Turin. A massive undertaking to produce a tunnel through the Alpes for a distance of 12 km. And a massive toll to use it - 40€. We simply looked at it as another experience which cost 20€ each. Puts it in the same class as a cable car ride. The toll way gives way to a choice of roads, one of which returned us to France ...
A group of folks headed off early from Apt to do the nominal route with the intention of arriving at this hotel in early afternoon to take advantage of the pool and hot tub. Seven of us went on the alternate which was 120 km. Tom very kindly led us (once again) out of town and then we split into three groups - Tom and Henry, Dave C & Linda, and Nora, Carole & I. We had a very enjoyable ride although there was lots of ...
... only described this process from photos I've seen, it was awesome to see the real deal in action. I could have spent days here as well, but felt lucky we jumped on the tourist trap express to see some of it. We landed in the perfume room where we fine tuned our "noses" for the selection process. Would we like Bell de Nuit for its deep tones of plum, rose, amber and violet or Etiole for its lemon, ...