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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      St Paul de Vence, Park, and French Cuisine

      A travel blog entry by jportelance on Jun 14, 2014

      17 photos

      ... this awesome, old school carousel that looks likes it's from the 1930's...of course we let MD ride "the bluuuuu horsie daddy!".

      GOOOAAAAAALLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL!!!!!!!!! England scores right after Italy.

      On the bus to St. Paul de Vence (pronounced Vaance); we get the last seat, so Heather and Maclaren sit down. At the next stop a lady gets off and the guy sitting next to Heather slides across and puts his daughter on his lap with his wife next to him, so I slide ...

      Frog's House, St Jeannet - behind Nice

      A travel blog entry by david_oz on Sep 11, 2012

      7 photos

      ... some straight, & some down the tunnels. Make a wrong turn & gps would spend 10 minutes telling us to do. A u-turn. Yeah, right! We now know the way to do it is use the train! C had wanted to go to the perfumeries in Grasse. Unfortunately, we'd also left washing at a laundry that closed at 7. After getting lost on way to, and again in grasse, we only had time to do a u-turn around a round about and head home. Overall a frustrating day, but the corniche was definitely ...

      Episode 11

      A travel blog entry by overlandlyn2010 on Aug 17, 2010

      5 photos

      ... the rim and command magnificent views, probably prices too. At the eastern end and on the north rim there are some small villages; one in particular creates real traffic jam with its narrow streets just wide enough for one car. Traffic and pedestrians must dodge each other.

      At the point where the river flows into the lake there were thousands of people enjoying the water either swimming or in small boats. They had their own traffic jam on the water.

      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

      ... seen and spoken to, to date.
      Set off mid morning to drive through Gorges du Verdon, again another stunning drive. This time though the weather was kind to us and we were able to get out for a hike after lunch. It seemed like a popular drive as we encountered several other tourists, one couple were eating lunch at the same spot we were. They packed up their picnic, took a swig out ...