Le Clair de la Plume
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... the Herbes de Provence.
My reward for reaching the 1421m Sommet des Grands Pins was a mountain-biking double-whammy on the way back down.
Part one was a puncture, almost certainly caused by a big rock whacking into the tyre and compressing it all the way down to the rim causing the distinctive snake-bite double-puncture. Part one, subsection a) was my occasionally unreliable pump deciding to be unreliable at ...
... Russ Collins on his Provence & Beyond website (http://www.beyond.fr/sites/murpeste.ht ml). He says: "Attempts to stop the Great Plague included an Act of Parliament (of Aix) that levied the death penalty for any communication between Marseille and the rest of Provence, and a plague wall (Mur de la Peste) was erected across ...
... some via email and ensure that it was sent back to Aus for us and wouldn't have to experience the crazy up and down temperatures of our little car... Perfect solution!Feeling slight sad to be leaving the shop we said our goodbyes and then headed back to the hotel, which was in itself a fair uphill ride.... We got back and were checked in to our amazing room in the Chateau (almost a kind of castle) - Number 4, also called "Fanny" not sure why or how, but it was a very nice room in a ...
... you where they were and people have managed to squeeze coins and notes through the small gaps to fall on the floor of the vaults. The tour then took us upstairs to the portal, the fining hall and the chapel, which unfortunately was closed for restoration works. I found the commentary interesting and wanted to listen to all the extra bits, Joe disappeared ahead somewhere and I finally caught up to him just as we climbed out to the top terrace to admire the view - looking ...
... houses that were six or seven stories high! The château was private property and crumbling for the most part but there was a family clearly living in one of the better maintained towers on one corner. It was a short walk and we were soon making our way back down to the campsite. It had been a wonderful day, following closely on the heels of our amazing hot air ballooning experience and we were really happy to be still having so many great experiences this close to the end of our trip. ...