Le Chalet Suisse

Address: 4, avenue de Valberg, Valberg, Provence, France | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 4, avenue de Valberg, Valberg.
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      Well and truly gorged

      A travel blog entry by simpsonbigtrip on Jun 23, 2014

      3 comments, 20 photos

      ... back to Sven. We were going to visit the next town up the road, Tourettes-sur-Loup but we heard that it was f@$%!!* sh@%& c!$%&@ mo@$!?%& so we decided not to bother and just headed back to our campsite for a cooling swim. Allegra would swim for ever, she did about 10 lengths across the pool and back after all her sisters were out and had had enough and she would have kept going. Pizza and chips for dinner rounded off what was another cool day. ...

      Frog's House, St Jeannet - behind Nice

      A travel blog entry by david_oz on Sep 11, 2012

      7 photos

      ... All sorts on the beach, some topless ( again young & old), ver y few swimming. Not too many taking advantage of the private beaches with their lounge chairs & umbrellas - not the need at the tail end of the season. Still quite warm - 28-29. Drove back along coast to Monte Carlo. Roads seem to get narrower as we approached. Took us 40+ minutes to get out. Gps would show a turn to he left, but when you got there there'd be half a dozen turns to the left, with some going ...

      Episode 11

      A travel blog entry by overlandlyn2010 on Aug 17, 2010

      5 photos

      ... du Verdon are a series of gorges along the stream and tributaries that flow into Lac Ste Croix. The rim can be circumnavigated by road and it can take many hours. There are a vast number of viewpoints where often spectacular views of the cliffs and river below can be seen and we stopped at a great many. It was quite a long trip wending our way around the side gorges often taking us many k’s away from the main gorge. There are one or two hotels that sit ...

      Somewhere Between Florence and Paris

      A travel blog entry by cannesorbust on Mar 01, 2010

      2 comments, 5 photos

      ... to celebrate her success with her first driving test as she is 18. Apparently driving is a HUGE thing here, and a privilege at that. Alexina had to pass a written test with an 85% or above in order to have the certification to enroll in a driving school. The driving school is once a week for three months, during which time she will actually be allowed to drive the car. They explained that for the first few times, the student only steers and does not get to use the brake, ...

      Gorges Verdon... Route Napoleon

      A travel blog entry by darrenhough74 on Nov 09, 2009

      13 photos

      Gorgeous morning and a stunning place for breakfast awaited us just outside Scooby overlooking the lake. I went for a run but Kim was feeling a little under the weather so she stayed and made me breakfast - yay! We spotted two girls about our age and attempted to engage in some conversation but their English was limited and French is rubbish. Shame as its manily been the grey hair brigade ...